Upcoming 2024 PS5 Games: Video Trailers & Online/Offline Games

Video games take years to make, require a huge team of people to work on them, and are quite challenging to develop. Thus, compared to movies, books, and television shows, video games are significantly more complex and prone to delays. So just because a game is supposed to come out in 2024 doesn’t mean it will.

It should be remembered that neither we nor anybody else has inside knowledge of these activities or is capable of making predictions about the future. Therefore, we might be wrong about any or all of these (and probably will be). The outbreak is still causing production challenges all around the world, making it harder than ever to release a game on time. I hope the creators won’t have to work really hard for months to have something out if these games are delayed. But even delays can lead to crunch time and overtime, as we tragically learned this year.

PS5 Games 2024

PS5 Games 2024 List:

1) Like a Dragon 8

The upcoming mainstream Yakuza game will be released in 2024 and will have the official title Like a Dragon in the West. The legendary turn-based fighting of the series will continue in A Dragon 8, which will include returning characters Ichiban Kasuga and Kazuma Kiryu. A Dragon 8 will occur following the previous game’s events. The aforementioned characters will each have their own parties, but other than that, not much is known about this game. Fortunately, you can pass the time playing a ton of Like a Dragon games!

  • Developer: Ryū Ga Gotoku Studios
  • Publisher: Sega
  • Release: December 31, 2023
  • Platforms: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5,

2) Dust born

In the story-driven adventure Dust Born, which is set in America in 2030, we join a “band of misfits and outcasts” as they travel across the country to deliver a mysterious cargo. You will have complete control over Pax, a superhuman ex-con who must navigate a world filled with misinformation. This new adventure game seems to be imaginative, so everyone interested in a strong story is urged to check it out. Dust Born is slated for release in 2021.

  • Developer: Red Thread Games
  • Publisher: Red Thread Games
  • Platforms: PlayStation 5

3) Dragon Age: Dreadwolf

We do know that the new Dragon Age game, which has been given the official name Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, will be a single-player RPG from developer BioWare, the team in charge of the series’ past entries, despite the fact that not much is known about it. Although we don’t know when it will be released, if we had to estimate, we’d say no later than 2023. It’s being made alongside the next Mass Effect video game.

  • Developer: BioWare
  • Publisher: Electronic Arts
  • Release: December 31, 2023
  • Platforms: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5,

4) Indiana Jones

Here’s one that’s interesting: The developer of the more recent Wolfenstein games, Machine Titles, is working with Bethesda on an unidentified Indiana Jones game for the Lucasfilm Games label. Other than a tiny, 30-second teaser trailer, not much is known about this movie, which Todd Howard is expected to executive produce. It will be interesting to see if it will be presented in the third person because Machine Games has only ever made first-person shooters.

  • Developer: Machine Games
  • Publisher: Bethesda Softworks, Lucasfilm Games
  • Platform: PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 5

5) Gothic 1 Remake

For the PlayStation 5, Gothic, a cult favorite RPG, is getting a complete overhaul. Although nothing is known about the game, THQ Nordic did open a new studio just to work on it. A playable teaser that displays how beautifully it’s coming together is available on PC. The Gothic lovers’ long-awaited game should finally receive the respect it deserves.

  • Developer: Alkimia Interactive
  • Publisher: THQ Nordic
  • Platform: PlayStation 5

6) Marvel’s Wolverine

One of the greatest surprises during the 2021 PlayStation Showcase was Marvel’s Wolverine, a game being made by Insomniac Games. That’s right; proving how adept the team is, the company is simultaneously overseeing both this game and Marvel’s Spider-Man 2. Spider-Man 2 is the most comparable film since it is similar yet still in the early phases of production.

It’s unclear if the narrative will be connected to the Spider-Man video games or whether it will be its own separate story, despite our inclination to assume they’ll be interconnected. Despite the announcement trailer’s lack of gameplay, we can be sure to expect a third-person action adventure with a big open world to explore. What is definite is that a PS5 will be needed to play this game when it is released.

  • Developer: Insomniac Games
  • Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment
  • Platform: PlayStation 5

7) Quantum Error

Although the creators of Quantum Error assert that everything is going well, it is still unknown if the game will be part of the launch roster. The “cosmic horror shooter” seeks to show that zombies never go out of style and features one of the most trustworthy physics systems the industry has ever seen. The publishing date has not yet been determined.

  • Platforms: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5
  • Developer: TeamKill Media

8) Dragon’s Dogma II

There isn’t much information known about Dragon’s Dogma II, but Capcom has revealed that Director Hideaki from the first game will return for the follow-up. It’s expected to emphasize grappling and boss climbing, similar to the action fighting in the original game. Dragon’s Dogma II will be powered by the RE Engine, which was used in a number of recent Capcom games, including Resident Evil Village. The game is most likely to debut in 2024 or even later because Capcom did not announce a release date at the official announcement.

  • Developer: Capcom
  • Publisher: Capcom
  • Platform: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5

9) Project 007

The team from IO Interactive, the company that created the Hitman video game, is now developing Project 007. There won’t be any references to the likenesses of past actors; instead, it will be a fresh story with a new Bond character. Despite the fact that not much is known about the project, the development team believes that this game will be the first of a trilogy (s). Like many of the games on this list, Project 007 won’t likely be published for a few years.

  • Developer: IO Interactive
  • Publisher: IO Interactive
  • Platforms: PC, PlayStation 5

10) Mass Effect

Even though the development process is still very early, we do know BioWare will release a new Mass Effect game. After the project’s official announcement at The Game Awards 2020, fans have many questions about it, the most pressing of which is how it will relate to the first three movies. Although it’s unclear when in the timeline this new game will take place or what role this individual will play, one of the main characters from the previous three movies, Liara, made an appearance in the teaser. Even while the community has many unanswered questions, one thing is certain: You shouldn’t plan on playing this one for a while, possibly not until 2024.

  • Developer: BioWare
  • Publisher: Electronic Arts
  • Platforms: PlayStation 5

11) Project Eve

fresh action movie Shift Up Corporation Invented Project Eve. It is comparable to Bayonetta in that action is the main focus. Its fluid fighting system will require you to attack, escape, and defend while making split-second decisions. Project Eve will have DualSense features including haptic feedback that will increase immersion. We predict that this project, which has been under development for some time, will be released in 2022.

  • Platforms: PlayStation 5
  • Developer: SHIFT UP Corporation
  • Publisher: SHIFT UP Corporation

12) Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2

We’re eager to see how much has changed since the last time we were in Bloodlines’ vampire-infested streets because it’s been so long. In recent game footage, there was more mayhem, a grimy Seattle location, and a convoluted narrative. Regrettably, a recent delay has pushed back the game’s release date.

  • Platforms: PlayStation 5
  • Developer:Hardsuit Labs
  • Publisher: Paradox Interactive

13) Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic – Remake

The 2021 PlayStation Showcase began with the unveiling of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Remake. It won’t likely be ready for release for some time because it is currently in the very early phases of development. BioWare, the company behind Mass Effect and Dragon Age, produced the original Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic game in 2003 for the Xbox.

The remake will be handled by Aspyr, the studio that remastered Star Wars: Episode I — Racer, Star Wars: Jedi Knight — Jedi Academy, and Star Wars: Republic Commando. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Remake will be a temporary PS5 platform exclusivity, albeit for how long is unknown. This game is probably not going to be played anytime soon because it was allegedly delayed indefinitely beginning in 2022.

  • Platforms: PlayStation 5
  • Developer: Aspyr Media
  • Publisher: Lucasfilm Games

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