There is no doubt that last night the brand that captured all the attention was Sony. The PlayStation Showcase left us with many interesting trailers, but don’t let the name of the event fool you! Despite being focused on PS5, several of the announced games will come to PC, and it’s time to review what these platform-agnostic titles are.
We Trust Marvel’s Spider-Man 2
Despite not having a confirmed announcement for PC, the arrival of the first game in the saga and the expansion of Miles Morales to our platform make very very possible that the new Insomniac bombshell lands on our platform, and hopefully it happens! The extensive trailer for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 was the jewel in the crown yesterday, and it’s no waste to see everything Spider-Man has in store for us.
Our most anticipated RPG: Dragon’s Dogma 2
Directed by Hideaki Itsuno, the mind behind Devil May Cry and the first Dragon’s Dogma, the sequel to this RPG has been long overdue, but it does not disappoint. The medieval fantasy of this project has everything to be one of the best role playing games of the generation.
The hit of the event: the remake of Metal Gear Solid 3
After weeks of gossip, Konami confirms what many fans expected: Metal Gear Solid 3 will receive a remake nicknamed Delta. Recreating with state-of-the-art graphics Hideo Kojima’s blockbuster and the first title in the saga’s chronology, this is the triumphal lap from the stealth franchise.
Bungie surprises by announcing Marathon
Before Destiny and Halo, Bungie already released Marathon: a sci-fi shooter saga Exclusive for Apple computers. Now, this one returns with a new focus: it will be a PvP extraction shooter set in that world, although, as it says our dear Mario Gomezit seems that it diverges a lot from the original games.
Alan Wake 2 (finally) announces its release date
After two years of waiting, we could not only see gameplay of the Alan Wake sequel, but also get its final release date. With 2 playable characters and a much more badass atmosphere than the original, the new from Remedy Entertainment is preparing to leave on October 17.
Assassin’s Creed: Mirage also confirms its date
With a trailer that reminds us of the origins of the saga, Ubisoft also confirms when the next Assassin’s Creed will arrive. It will arrive on October 12. and it will be a smaller and more contained title than the things that the saga has used us to lately. Despite being set in the Middle East, cConnects directly to Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
Other PlayStation Showcase games coming to PC
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