A recent report claimed that a leaked Sony document is circulating online that mentions a number of upcoming unannounced PlayStation titles. Two of these, allegedly, are a PS5 remaster of Horizon Zero Dawn and an open world co-op Horizon game for PS5 and PC. Now, it seems the full document has been shared online (via ResetEra), revealing several other notable titles in the list as well.
Sticking with Horizon for now, interestingly enough, DLC for Horizon Forbidden West is also mentioned, which hasn’t been officially announced by Sony, but does seem to be in development, as per a recent deleted tweet by actor Lance Reddick. Meanwhile, a PC version of Horizon Forbidden West is also mentioned. In addition to that, the document also mentions the recently-announced Sackboy: A Big Adventure PC version, as well as the relentlessly-leaked PC port of Returnal.
Koei Tecmo’s Rise of the Ronin, which was officially announced not too long ago, also takes up a spot on the document. There’s also mention of a survival horror game being developed by Firesprite using Unreal Engine 5 for PS5 and PC, referred to in the document as Heartbreak– which is something that has been hinted at in previous job listings. Another survival horror game, mentioned as Bates, seems to be in development at Ballistic Moon- that, too, was recently in the headlines. Bates is apparently being made using Guerrilla’s Decima Engine and will launch for PS5 and PC.
An open world title is also seemingly in development at Kojima Productions for PS5 using the Decima Engine. Though the document refers to it as Ocean, reports have claimed that this is a sequel to Death Stranding. Interestingly, the document doesn’t mention either way whether the game will feature multiplayer. As per recent reports, Kojima Productions’ original vision for the game (which reportedly got cancelled by Google) was for a purely single player experience, unlike the original.
SIE London Studio, which has stated multiple times that it’s developing a multiplayer game for the PS5, is also mentioned in the document. The Blood and Truth developer is apparently working on a live service title for PS5 and PC referred to as Camden, and is using its own custom engine.
Then there’s Sumo Digital, the developer behind Sackboy: A Big Adventure, which also seems to have an open word title referred to as Carbon with multiplayer elements in the works for PS5. Finally, there’s also mention of a new vehicle combat game developed by Lucid Games, the studio behind Destruction AllStars, referred to as Redstar. Previous reports had claimed that Lucid was in charge of a Twisted Metal revival, though allegedly, that got handed over to Firesprite instead, so it remains to be seen what exactly this is.
Of course, as is the case with any leaks of this nature, until we get official word on this (which might not happen for some time), it’s best to take this with a grain of salt and not take it as concrete information. That said, a lot of this does line up with recent reports and developments, for what it’s worth. We’ll be keeping an eye out for more updates, so stay tuned.
|Guerrilla Games||Horizon Forbidden West||Open World||Decima||PS5, PC||No|
|Guerrilla Games||Horizon Forbidden West DLC||Open World||Decima||PS5||No|
|Guerrilla Games||Horizon Zero Dawn Remaster||Open World||Decima||PS5||No|
|Guerrilla Games||Horizon Online||GaaS||Decima||PS5, PC||Yes|
|Firesprite||Horizon Call of the Mountain||VR||TBC||PS5||No|
|Firesprite||Heartbreak||Survival Horror||Unreal 5||PS5, PC||No|
|Sumo Digital||Sackboy: A Big Adventure||Platformer||Unreal||PC||Yes|
|Sumo Digital||Carbon||Open World||TBC||PS5||Yes|
|Lucid Games||Destruction AllStars||Vehicle Combat||Unreal||PS5||Yes|
|Lucid Games||Redstar||Vehicle Combat||TBC||PS5||Yes|
|Kojima Productions||Ocean||Open World||Decima||PS5||?|
|Ballistic Moon||Bates||Survival Horror||Decima||PS5, PC||No|
|SIE London Studio||Camden||GaaS||Custom||PS5, PC||Yes|
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