Multiple Sony First-Party Projects Leaked, Including PC/PS5 Games
Details regarding multiple Sony PlayStation first-party projects have leaked, several of which are scheduled for release on both PC and PS5.
A screenshot of a spreadsheet file has been making rounds across the internet, and it appears to indicate the release timeline for Sony PlayStation first-party titles that are set to appear on the PS5 as well as PC. The list is largely comprised of codenames, and, as a result, there isn’t a lot of information to go through here. However, it does appear to confirm the existence of previously rumored titles, such as Death Stranding 2, Kojima Productions’ Ocean, and a Horizon Zero Dawn Remaster for PS5.
Dusk Golem, who has shared plenty of inside information regarding in-development titles in the past, has also confirmed the legitimacy of the spreadsheet and its contents. Though, he did caution that, while the list itself is real, it’s both a bit old and mainly focuses on titles that are being developed within Europe by Sony.
The list also reveals that Sony plans on porting Horizon Forbidden West to PC at some point. There’s also mention of a couple of GaaS titles, including Horizon Online from Guerrilla Games and Camden from Sony London. Meanwhile, the recently acquired studio Firesprite appears to be working on a survival horror game titled Heartbreak.
The mention of PC versions of Sackboy: A Big Adventure and Returnal is hardly surprising, as numerous other hints have appeared online in this regard. Recently, a random video on Youtube revealed the detailed graphics settings that will be available in the unannounced PC version of Returnal. The menu revealed features such as ray traced shadows and reflections as well as DLSS and FSR. Meanwhile, a video on the official PlayStation Latinoamerica YouTube channel has revealed that Sackboy: A Big Adventure will arrive on PC on October 27, 2022. The video also details some of the features that will come with the PC release, including resolutions and frame rates up to 4K and 120fps, respectively. This version will also support Ultrawide 21:9 displays, Nvidia DLSS, and Variable Refresh Rate.