Sony has been rather mum about what, specifically, they’re offering on the PS4 this year. There is no revealed schedule, not even for the next six months. Most of their first-party exclusives still have no specific release dates and could be years away. I’d say to wait for E3, but Sony actually pulled out and won’t be giving a presentation.

We do have this, however: Sony’s new “Coming Attractions” video. It’s a two-minute showcase of all the games, many of them exclusive, the PS4 has in its near future (theoretically). You can see clips of:

  • Ghost of Tsushima
  • Medievil Remastered
  • Dreams
  • Days Gone
  • The Last of Us Part II
  • Death Stranding
  • Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown
  • Devil May Cry 5
  • Kingdom Hearts III
  • Concrete Genie
  • Rage 2
  • Tom Clancy’s The Division 2
  • Erica
  • Blood and Truth
  • Metro Exodus
  • Dying Light 2
  • Control
  • Resident Evil 2
  • Far Cry: New Dawn
  • Anthem
  • Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
  • Crash Team Racing: Nitro Fueled

Wow, all that in 2019? Haha, that’s what they want you to think. The trick is that there is no point in the video where 2019 is promised for any of these. So no, despite the presence of Ellie, this is not a revealed release window for Last Of Us Part II.

The most surprising thing is the sudden re-emergence of Dreams, an experimental title Sony showed off during the E3 of 2013. There was an abstract trailer, and a vague promise that people would be able to make their own game worlds with the software, and then it disappeared. Sony shows off weird projects it never completes all the time, so most assumed Dreams would never be a real thing.

But now not only has Dreams gone from dream to reality, it will be playable this very month. It’s not coming out officially, but there will be an open beta starting next week and sign-ups take place tomorrow. On the same day, Sony will be livestreaming a playthrough of what Dreams is capable of. We still barely know what this thing is — it’ll be interesting to find out.

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