In a few days, Sony will hold its PlayStation Showcase, where they are expected to unveil what awaits us for the rest of the year and the near future. Therefore, it’s time to make predictions. With many games announced but without a release date, others merely rumored, and a few wild wishes, here’s what is most likely to be seen at the Showcase.
We have been waiting for it for years. It has been rumored. It has always turned out to be false. But as hope dies last, when David Jaffe, the creator of God of War, stated that a PC version of Bloodborne is in development, we have decided to believe it. Because we want to play Bloodborne at 60FPS. Because we want to return to Yharnam. Because it would be nice to stop pestering about wanting Bloodborne to be released on PC, let’s be honest.
Metal Gear Solid 3 Remake
The rumors about a remake of Metal Gear Solid 3 have been circulating for quite some time now. There is considerable evidence to suggest that it is indeed happening. Several influencers have hinted that something related to Metal Gear Solid will be announced at the Showcase. While it could all turn out to be mere speculation, we cannot deny that we would be thrilled if it were true. The anticipation is building, and if a Metal Gear Solid 3 remake is unveiled, it would undoubtedly generate significant excitement among fans.
Final Fantasy 16
If we’re talking about safe bets, it’s safe to say that Final Fantasy 16 will make an appearance. We’ve been inundated with trailers and previews, which can be exhausting, but it’s a good sign: it means they have confidence in the game. However, we still don’t have a launch trailer. This is the moment. If Sony doesn’t take the opportunity to showcase the latest trailer for Yoshi-P’s new project, the whole world will be left wondering where Final Fantasy 16 is.
The Last of Us Factions
Naughty Dog announced in June 2022 that they were working on a team-based multiplayer game set in The Last of Us universe called The Last of Us Factions. Since then, we haven’t heard much about it, except for Neil Druckmann’s statement in March that this is the studio’s next big game and we should hear more about it later this year. Well, now it’s later this year, and the PlayStation Showcase is Sony’s major event. There’s no better stage to unveil an exclusive with as much weight for the company as a new The Last of Us game, especially after the success of the series.
Marvel’s Spider-Man 2
The MCU may not be at the peak of its popularity right now, even though it’s at the peak of its production, which is a different story in the gaming world. Marvel’s Spider-Man is a beloved game that has received critical acclaim and has been highly praised by the audience. Its sequel is scheduled for release in the fall of 2023. Now that we’re in summer, it’s time for them to announce a specific release date and showcase the game because we’re eager to swing back into action across the streets of Manhattan with our web-slinging abilities.
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