Yesterday we reported on a so-called PlayStation document that reportedly leaked at Sony and contained a handful of unannounced games. That document has now leaked to the public and does indeed include unannounced games but if you were hoping for something exciting, don’t get your hopes up. The document doesn’t really tell us anymore more than we already know as most of these games are listed under codenames.
The list includes games published by Sony Interactive Entertainment across PS5 and PC. The list also includes titles we have previously reported on including the sequel to Death Stranding codenamed “Ocean” and the Horizon Zero Dawn remake and its reported online mode.
Interestingly, the Horizon Zero Dawn remake is listed separately from the online mode. In fact, the list includes “Horizon Online” and it is categorised as a “Games as a Service” title. This gives us the idea that the online mode, which reportedly will feature co-op, might expand to an MMO-like experience with added content and DLC in the future.
Apart from those games, the list does have some interesting titles on it too. One is codenamed “Camden” and is being developed by Sony’s London Studio. This game is also listed as a Games as a Service title and will likely feature online modes. The game is set to launch on both PC and PS5. It is being built in a custom engine.
Other titles include more codenames. One is being developed by Ballistic Moon and is a survival horror game codenamed “Bates”. Another game is being developed by Sony’s new studio, Firesprite and is codenamed “Heartbreak”. Heartbreak is being developed on Unreal Engine 5 and is another survival horror game.
Another interesting title on the list is codenamed “Redstar” and is being developed by Sony’s Lucid Studios. If you don’t know, Lucid worked on Destruction All-Stars and is also reportedly developing the Twisted Metal reboot. By the look of things, Redstar might be the new Twisted Metal game.
The leaked PlayStation document is also legit. Multiple sources confirmed that the document is the one they have seen in the past. Sony has yet to reveal the majority of these games and the company skipped its rumoured September event too. So at this time, we don’t know when Sony will announce these games.