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Highlights of PlayStation 5 games to be launched in 2021 and 2022


In 2019, many video game companies planned to release their games in 2020 in conjunction with the launch of Sony's PlayStation 5 gaming platform, but due to the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic and its impact across all sectors, companies have postponed the launch dates of PlayStation 5 again, with most expected to be launched in 2021 and 2022.

Here are the highlights of the PlayStation 5 platform, scheduled for launch in 2021 and 2022:


1- Deathloop:



Arkane's adventure game "Deathloop" was planned to be launched in 2020, but due to the impact of the epidemic on the movement of work, the company postponed its launch for the current year, specifically on May 21, 2021.

Deathloop belongs to the first-person shooter, which revolves around two professional killers, who are on the lawless island of Blackreef and have an ongoing struggle. The PS5 version of the game features a stunning visual design inspired by the 1960s with a 60-fp update rate of 60 fps, with HDR technology and ray-tracing shades.

2-Far Cry 6: 


Ubisoft had planned to launch Far Cry 6 in February, but the company delayed the launch again later this year but has yet to announce an official launch date.

Far Cry 6 belongs to the action and role-playing category, set in Yara, an island stuck in time, where you will resist the dictator (Antón Castillo) and his son (Diego) as a modern gangster.

3-Gran Torresmo 7


Sony planned to launch Gran Turismo 7 this year, but given the continuing pandemic outbreak that has affected production plans, the company has postponed the launch until sometime in 2022.

4-Kena Bridge of Spirits: 


Kena: Bridge of Spirits was first announced at the Sony Games conference in June last year and was expected to be launched this year, but the launch was delayed due to development obstacles caused by the spread of the Coronavirus.

This led the developer (Ember Lab) to set the release date during the first quarter of 2021, and then the company announced that the final date of the release of the game will be in August 2021, in order to introduce some additional touches to the game to make sure that it will be suitable for the expectations of the players.

5- Outriders:



Outriders were developed by Canada's People Can Fly, the developer of Bulletstorm, and planned to launch it in conjunction with the launch of the PlayStation 5 gaming platform the previous year, but due to the spread of the Coronavirus as well as the restructuring process, it postponed the release date until April 2021.

Outriders belong to the category of shooting games based on team play, where it is based on the RPG style between a player and 3 players and takes place in a world of science fiction.

6- Returnal:



 The game was originally scheduled to be launched in March, but the developer decided to postpone the release until April 30, 2021, in order to give the team additional time to continue improving the game to the level of quality that players expect.

Returnal is a game of shooting and role-playing and belongs to the category of games (third-person shooting) third-person shooter, set in an ever-changing strange planet, where the heroine (Selene) lands to find herself isolated and alone fighting with all the power she has to survive.