Sony Announced Biggest Games At Sony’s PlayStation Showcase 2021

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Sony Announced Biggest Games At Sony’s PlayStation Showcase 2021
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Yesterday Sony announced some of its upcoming new game names during a live event at Sony’s PlayStation Showcase 2021 which was held on September 9, 2021. The new titles including God of War: Ragnarok, Spider-Man 2, the new Marvel’s Wolverine game, Grand Turismo 7, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, Forspoken, Alan Wake Remastered version, Grand Theft Auto V, and a remake of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, and more games.

PlayStation Showcase 2021 Announcements:

Spider-Man 2, Developed by Insomniac Games – 2023 (Recap)

God of War: Ragnarok, by Santa Monica Studio – 2022 (Currently in development) (Recap)

Grand Turismo 7, by Polyphony Digital – 2022 (Recap)

Grand Theft Auto V and GTA Online, by Rockstar Games – March 2022 (Recap)

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic – Coming to PS5 (Recap)

Marvel’s Wolverine, Developed by Insomniac Games – NA (In development) (Recap)

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, by Eidos-Montréal – October 26, 2021 (Pre-order available) (Recap)

Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection, by Naughty Dog – Available early 2022 (Recap)

Rainbow Six Extraction, by Ubisoft Montreal – January 2022 (Recap)

Deathloop, by Arkane Studios – September 14, 2021 (Recap)

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, by Gearbox Software – 2022 (Recap)

Forspoken, by Luminous Productions – 2022 (Recap)

Alan Wake Remastered, by Remedy Entertainment – October 5th, 2021 (Recap)

Project Eve, by SHIFT UP Corporation – NA (Coming to PS5) (Recap)

Ghostwire: Tokyo, by Tango Gameworks – 2022 (Recap)

Bloodhunt, by Sharkmob AB – Early Access available now (Recap)

Kid A Mnesia Exhibition, by [namethemachine] x Arbitrarily Good Productions – November 2021

Tchia, by Awaceb – 2022 (Recap)

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