10 biggest PlayStation exclusives coming in 2021 and 2022
After September 2021’s Showcase, get hyped for these 10 titles.
The ‘90s console wars are (thankfully) behind us, but major console-specific exclusives can still make or break the popularity of the latest consoles.
Here are the 10 biggest exclusives on the horizon for PS4 and PS5.
10. Ghostwire: Tokyo
Ghostwire: Tokyo made a huge splash at its E3 2019 reveal. The first-person game combines a horror vibe with FPS-inspired magic combat. With a while to go until release, there’s still lots left to learn about how it will actually play.
We’ve seen only the barest glimpses of Forspoken so far, so there’s likely a lot yet to be revealed. The footage that’s been shown points to a massive environment to explore with extremely fast-paced combat and traversal along the way.
8. Kena: Bridge of Spirits
September 21, 2021
The first original game from animation studio Ember Lab, Kena: Bridge of Spirits is an action-adventure game with tons of visual flourish and more than a hint of Pikmin from its AI companions.
7. Jett: The Far Shore
October 5, 2021
Jett: The Far Shore is a chill-looking planetary exploration game that seems likely to gain the same cult status as its developer’s last game, Sword & Sworcery EP.
Yes, Stray has a gorgeous cyberpunk city full of puzzles and cool-looking robots. That all sounds great, but what’s really important is you get to play as an adorable little kitty cat with a tiny backpack.
5. God of War: Ragnarok (?)
Ragnarok may not be the God of War sequel’s official title, but an apocalyptic showdown with Norse gods is all but assured. There’s very little known about the game, and loads of speculation.
4. Horizon Forbidden West
February 18, 2022
If you’ve played Horizon Zero Dawn, you know what to expect from its sequel. If not, there’s plenty of time to practice your robot dino-slaying skills before Horizon Forbidden Westis out.
September 14, 2021
One of 2021’s most anticipated games, Deathloop, is also a timed exclusive for PS5, meaning it won’t hit Xbox for at least a year. That should be plenty of time to fight your way out of its Groundhog Day-esque time loop.