The PlayStation 5 is the newest Sony console expected to be released during the Holiday 2020 season. The PlayStation 4 was released back in November 2013 so video gamers are ready for a new console that will push the boundaries of technology and graphics. While I expect more news to come down the pipeline on new PS5 games here’s a look at some that my attention!

Horizon Forbidden West

Horizon Zero Dawn was a beautiful looking game when released on the PS4 in 2017 but the follow-up game Horizon Forbidden West looks even more magical in its lush landscapes and details. Once again gamers will play as Aloy in a new area the ‘Forbidden West’ which promises to contain new mysterious about technology and dangers all around.

Looking forward to checking out Horizon Forbidden West and playing once again as Aloy since there has been a three year gap in between games I had to spend time checking out bestusacasinosites in the meantime!

Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart

When you think of Ratchet & Clank games on the PlayStation systems you usually have fond memories of platforming, exploring and blowing things up. All of these things combine once again for the upcoming Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart which will also introduce inter-dimensional adventure.

From what we can tell so far from trailers – it looks like you can trigger events from one dimensional to another to effect combat and gameplay. The graphics for Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart look outstanding and it looks like all of the humor and charm has been retained for the new game.

Demon’s Souls

The announcement of a revamped Demon’s Souls took many gamers by surprise and thus far little is known about the upcoming release. According to reports, we know that the new Demon’s Souls will be ‘rebuilt from the ground up’ which sounds enticing as the game was originally released on the PlayStation 3 back in 2009.

For those not familiar with Demon’s Souls – this game proceeded games like Dark Souls as one of the original brutally difficult RPG action games. Unfortunately, I never finished Demon’s Souls because I kept dying in the game and thought I would have a better chance at winning in online blackjack. Most of us are hoping that FromSoftware does an excellent job with this classic game which will most likely bring it to a whole new audience.