Sony has an unannounced “banger” coming out in 2022
A PlayStation developer says he’s working on something “just as cool” as God of War: Ragnarok, but isn’t cleared to talk about it yet.
It’s quite obvious that Sony has a lot going for it under its PlayStation umbrella, and that many of the company’s long-term plans won’t be revealed to the general public anytime soon. That’s pretty standard fare, sure, but what’s rather surprising is that there could be more PS games coming out in 2022 than initially thought.
According to Robert Morrison, a visual arts developer from PlayStation Studios, he’s been working on a completely unannounced project for the past two years, and it’s supposed to be released in 2022. There isn’t much information to go on, truth be told, but certain treats shape a potentially very exciting image for PS5 owners.
The full list of video games releasing on PS4 and PS5 may get another entry shortly, as Morrison is a first-hand source as a bona fide PlayStation developer. He said he’s spent the last 3-5 years working on a project that isn’t God of War: Ragnarok, as some Twitter users initially suspected. Although he was careful not to share details, Morrison said it was “something that cool” and left it at that, tossing around a theory of what the game could be.
It’s possible that Morrison’s claims are related to the Naughty Dog Project leak in early April, which revealed the existence of The last of us online game, as well as an all-new fantasy-themed single-player IP. Of course, that’s no more likely than the idea that the game Morrison is talking about is something entirely new, and there’s no way to know until it’s revealed first. place.
On that note, it’s been revealed that there’s a PS5-exclusive horror game in active development and it’s running on Unreal Engine 5, promising unprecedented visual fidelity across the board. As Morrison specializes in animations and visual design, his expertise may have been put to good use on this unannounced horror game, where he’s more likely to be needed than on a Naughty Dog project.
Either way, there’s no way to know right now. This information underscores the fact that PlayStation Studios has a lot of moving parts in motion and may end up getting even bigger in the near future as the Sony acquisition rumor draws closer. All of the information discussed here should be shared with a pinch of salt just in case, though it’s hard to imagine someone as prolific as Morrison sending his followers on wild geese hunts for no reason.
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