PS5 gameplay footage: New videos reveal looter-slasher action in Godfall and open-world exploration in The Pathless

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PS5 games are coming, and Sony recently shared some new gameplay footage from TWO upcoming titles that will run on PlayStation 5.

A recent State Of Play live stream showed us the "looter-slasher" action of Godfall and the open-world exploration of The Pathless - both of which were running on PS5 when the footage was recorded!

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Keep reading to check out the fresh footage from these games...

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New PS5 gameplay footage revealed

Dubbed a "looter-slasher", Godfall is one of the big PS5 games that Sony wants you to get excited about.

Developed by Counterplay Games, Godfall will launch on PS5 and PC later this year, with the Epic Games Store handling the computer release. You can take a look at the PS5 footage of the game right here...

But that's not the only PS5 footage that Sony has shared recently! An epic open-world game where you'll interact a bird, The Pathless looks set to be an absolute treat.

Sony unveiled some new gameplay footage from The Pathless in a recent State Of Play live stream, and it was even running on PS5!!

Take a look here...

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Wait, is Pathless on PS5 or PS4?

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Although it was originally announced in the PS4 era, we now know that The Pathless will also get a next-gen upgrade.

Matt Nava is leading the team at Giant Squid, and he's developing The Pathless to run on both PS4 and PS5.

In a Sony blog, Nava said this about how the game will run on PS5: "From day one we’ve been focusing on creating a seamless experience with no load screens on PS5. We stream our level from the disk as fast as possible, and with the unparalleled power of the PS5’s SSD we can stream in distant parts of the level with no loss of performance. Slowly filling progress bars are a thing of the past; the only thing you won’t be able to do is check your phone."

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