In these hours, a rich article by Wired has taken stock of PlayStation and Sony’s strategy regarding the future of PS5 .
Players in possession of a current-gen console (fresh from a significant exclusive such as Returnal ) have in fact found that the future of the platform is pretty bright.
Among the releases of a certain caliber it is impossible to forget Horizon Forbidden West , Aloy’s new adventure recently confirmed no later than 2021.
Surely, the PlayStation community hasn’t forgotten “big shots” like the new God of War Ragnarok (working title), sequel of the adventures of Kratos whose release in the course of the year has been seriously questioned in recent weeks.
Now, shortly after the confirmation of the launch window for the Horizon sequel, the always knowledgeable Jason Schreier tweeted a line that sadly bodes trouble for the new God. of War .
God of War, on the other hand… https://t.co/GLUseLoMY5
– Jason Schreier (@jasonschreier) May 12, 2021
According to the reporter’s words, the release of Horizon Forbidden West by the end of 2021 could be an “unofficial confirmation” that the return of Kratos and Atreus will inevitably be moved to 2022 , at best.
Back in March, Schreier hinted that fans of the God of War should have their souls at peace, as the God of War sequel would almost certainly not see the light anytime soon. .
Surely, as soon as God of War Ragnarok sees the light, PS5 owners will see some good ones (as anticipated months ago by SIE boss Hermen Hulst)
Despite the bad predictions, Sony has in any case confirmed several new first party titles coming to PS5 consoles, many of them conceived as new intellectual properties.
If you want to buy the first chapter of the Sony Santa Monica saga, perhaps just to continue playing it on PlayStation 5, you can find it on Amazon at a very low price.