God Of War Ragnarok, Spider-Man 2, And More Revealed At PlayStation Showcase 2021

by Bradley Tan
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Before we get into details on the PlayStation Showcase 2021, let us just scream our hearts out in excitement!

And we are back!

What a showcase it has been for PlayStation and the studios. From the announcement of Spider-Man 2 to the God of War Ragnarok trailer. Plus, for the very first time, an Uncharted game… or in this case two remastered Uncharted games will be coming to PC. If you’re a fan of console gaming, you wouldn’t want to miss these reveals from the PlayStation Showcase 2021.

Spider-Man 2

Your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is back! This time, there a familiar foe lurking in the shadows… literally. Could this be one of the best games ever created? It sure looks like it and we are hype! Peter Parker and Miles Morales are back and a classic Spider-Man foe, Venom and Kraven may be the big bad in the next instalment… or not. But look at that Iron Spider claws.

The game is currently scheduled to launch in 2023. Excelsior!

God of War Ragnarok

Kratos and Atreus are back!

Remember last year when we were just shown the title card for God of War Ragnarok, which got fans hyped up about the series. Well, we say this is definitely worth the wait. Santa Monica Studios finally gave us a story and gameplay trailer and it seems that Atreus is almost living up to his Loki persona… or so we think. If he turns evil at the end of the game, know that you read it here first.

Anyways, in the trailer we saw Thor and an Asgardian God that we heard of in the first game. Welcome to the age of Ragnarok.

Gran Turismo 7

The granddaddy of racing games, Gran Turismo is back with its 7th instalment of the series, and from the trailers it looks like a Forza killer… but will it do the job of dethroning Forza?

From the campaign mode, the weathers and track customisation, this is a game that racing fans would not want to miss.

GhostWire: Tokyo

The PS5 exclusive game has finally resurfaced. GhostWire: Tokyo, an action-adventure game will be coming to PS5 and Windows in 2022. From the trailer, it looks amazing…ly similar to Cyberpunk 2077, but in a good way, we hope. It’s also a highly anticipated PS5 game.

Star Wars Knights Of The Old Republic Remake

The Knights of the Old Republic strikes back with a brand new remake. One of the best Star Wars game ever created nearly 20 years ago, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic shows fans the return of the fan favourite Sith turned Jedi, Revan, with upgraded graphics. Though not much has been revealed except the trailer.

Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection

If we told you Uncharted will be coming to PC, you would probably laugh at us and tell us we’re crazy. And we agree, it does seem farfetched 4 years ago to have an Uncharted game on PC. Now, the remastered versions of A Thief’s End and The Lost Legacy will be coming for both PC and PS5 in 2022.

Marvel’s Wolverine

We’ll just say this. Wolverine is coming, and it’s done by Insomniac Games. Nuff said. Time to enjoy this first-look.

Project Eve

Not much is known about ShiftUp’s Project Eve yet, but it seems to be South Korea’s answer to the Horizon (Horizon Zero Dawn and Horizon Forbidden West) series. Project Eve is a hack-and-slash adventure game. Though, not much else has been revealed.

Deathloop

We get more information and update on Bethesda’s upcoming, Deathloop. One thing about this game feature that we enjoy is how players can make their enemies look silly.

Deathloop is an upcoming action-adventure game developed by Arkane Studios.

Forspoken

Square Enix, known for its Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts games is back with Forspoken.

It’s an action-RPG where players get to follow Frey Holland’s journey into a fantasy world of Athia. The game is set to release in 2022 on PC and PS5.

 

Share with us, what was your favourite game reveal at the 2021 PlayStation Showcase?  Ours was Spider-Man and God of War Ragnarok.

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