What PS5 games have been announced? What PS5 games have been rumoured? In this guide, we’re going to list every PS5 game that we know of ahead of the console’s release, which is probably going to happen within the next couple of years. This list is based on at least partial confirmation from publishers or developers, rumours that have weight, and educated guesswork.

We’ll be updating this article over time as more information becomes available, so be sure to check back.

ANTHEM (PS5)

Status: Announced for PS4, but likely cross-gen with PS5

EA’s “Destiny killer” is due out in February 2019 on PlayStation 4, but if the company wants a constantly evolving game, then it’s going to need to make the jump to next-gen at some point. We’re fully expecting ANTHEM to carry over to the PS5 alongside other service-based titles via enhanced editions and the like.

Cyberpunk 2077 (PS5)

Status: Announced for PS4, but given scope of game and development progress, a PS5 release seems likely

CD Projekt Red’s next role-playing experience has already wowed with a lengthy gameplay demo, and expectations are sky high after The Witcher 3. The Polish developer has stated numerous times that Cyberpunk 2077 is bound for the PS4, but given that the game is reportedly still a while off, we can definitely see it releasing as a cross-gen title. Besides, the sheer ambition on display suggests that Cyberpunk 2077 has already given us a glimpse of what an open world PS5 game could be.

Death Stranding (PS5)

Status: Announced for PS4, but given development progress, an additional PS5 release seems feasible

It’s a bit mad to think that we still don’t know an awful lot about Death Stranding. Sony’s placed a lot of faith in iconic developer Hideo Kojima and his team at Kojima Productions, and it’s clearly willing to give the studio the time that it needs to ensure Death Stranding’s quality. However, given the game’s production cycle thus far, it’s not too much of a jump to assume that it’ll appear on PS5 in some form.

Ghost of Tsushima (PS5)

Status: Announced for PS4, but given development progress, an additional PS5 release seems plausible

Like Death Stranding, Ghost of Tsushima’s release window is up for debate. We don’t quite know how far into development the game is, and so a PS5 version, whether it’s a cross-gen launch or an enhanced edition that hits after the PS4 release, seems feasible. Again, this one is dependent on developer Sucker Punch and Sony’s management of the project, but we’re willing to bet that a lot of these later PS4 games are going to be carried over to the next generation in some way.

God of War 2 (PS5)

Status: Unannounced, but an educated guess

We already know that developer Sony Santa Monica is working on its next project, and given the outstanding success of God of War on PS4, a sequel is inevitable. Taking into account the development time of a potential project like this, it’s reasonably safe to say that it’ll launch on the PS5.

Horizon: Zero Dawn 2 (PS5)

Status: Unannounced, but an educated guess

Developer Guerrilla Games is hard at work on something, and you don’t have to be a genius to assume that the project in question is a sequel to Horizon: Zero Dawn. The new IP was a smash hit on PS4, and the studio’s reputation for pushing hardware limits makes the hypothetical Horizon: Zero Dawn 2 a strong candidate to show off the upgraded power of the PS5. Whether it’ll be a next-gen launch title is up for debate, but we wouldn’t be at all surprised.

The Elder Scrolls VI (PS5)

Status: Announced with no platforms specified, but strongly hinted to be a next-gen title

The Elder Scrolls VI is years off, and that means it’s almost certainly going to be a PS5 game. Publisher Bethesda has made a habit of announcing its games relatively close to their release dates, but with this one, its hand was somewhat forced at E3 2018 due to swirling speculation and the fact that it had to keep fans happy after talking at length about mobile titles.

The Last of Us: Part II (PS5)

Status: Announced for PS4, but given development progress, an additional PS5 release seems plausible

Just like Death Stranding and Ghost of Tsushima, it’s not hard to envision The Last of Us: Part II as a cross-gen title. Another PS4 game that’s settled with a long development cycle, developer Naughty Dog’s pedigree is abundantly clear, and Sony will want to ensure that this sequel releases at exactly the right time.

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 (PS5)

Status: Unannounced, but seemingly inevitable given the success of Marvel’s Spider-Man on PS4

Another seemingly inevitable sequel, Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, or whatever it happens to be called, would almost certainly be a PS5 title. The seriously impressive success of Marvel’s Spider-Man on PS4 will have already been enough to greenlight this hypothetical project, and as long as it’s something that Sony and Marvel want (why wouldn’t they?) then it’s going to happen.

Starfield (PS5)

Status: Announced with no platforms specified, but strongly hinted to be a next-gen title

Another early announcement from Bethesda, Starfield will supposedly mark the developer’s first step into galactic sci-fi territory. At E3 2018, the company hinted strongly that Starfield is targeting next-gen hardware, so we fully expect this one to show up on PS5.