From God of War Ragnarok to the next Mass Effect, these are the most exciting titles coming to the PS5
Set at a creepy summer camp in upstate New York, The Quarry takes place on a single night where you take control of all nine camp counsellors. Someone, we doubt they're all going to make it.
Create the legend of the Saints from the start in this origin story. Make your mark in the city of Santo Ileso as you take on decisions that will shape the future of the infamous gang.
Built for the PS5 from the ground up, this looks absolutely gorgeous. We can't wait to lay the smackdown on werewolves and other beasties in this supernatural adventure.
The big story beat of this open-world action RPG is that Batman is dead, leaving the Gotham Knights (Robin, Batgirl, Nightwing, and Red Hood) to protect the city.
Lost, alone, and separated from your family, you must untangle an ancient mystery in a long-forgotten city before you can be reunited with them. Oh, and you're a cat.
Firaxis is bringing us a new strategy game but this time it's not a new XCOM. Instead, we're getting a Marvel-themed strategy game boasting a dozen-strong roster of iconic heroes.
Get ready for more strained father/son bonding as the cold winds of Fimbulwinter hit Midgard. With new challenges to face and characters to meet, Kratos and Atreus face tough choices as Ragnarok approaches.
Prepare for spell-based puzzles, exploration of Hogwarts castle, and broom-flying sections in this open-world RPG set long before Mr. Potter ever opened a magic book.
The spiritual successor to Dead Space in all but name, The Callisto Protocol is a fresh survival horror game coming from new studio Striking Distance.
Rocksteady is taking a break from the Bat for a co-op action game where Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Captain Boomerang, and King Shark have to take on Superman, if the trailer is to be believed. Gulp.
This super sequel continues the story of both Peter Parker and Miles Morales. This time out, they're going to have to contend with a certain psychotic symbiote, the one and only Venom.
It's a long way off, but we're still ridiculously overexcited for the next Mass Effect. Seemingly picking up after the events of Mass Effect 3, we'll be seeing some old faces return.
Ah, the Elder Scrolls 6. The 37-second trailer that blew the world's mind at E3 2018. And a game that we sadly know nothing about yet beyond said trailer.