As we close out 2020, it's hard to believe that it's barely two months since the PlayStation 5 launched.
With exclusive games to the system already making their mark such as Spider-Man: Miles Morales, there's plenty to look forward to in 2020.
While many will surely be receiving the new console this Christmas, there's already plenty to look forward to that have been announced so far.
With that, here's a few upcoming exclusive games for the console that you should keep an eye on in 2021.
Gran Turismo 7
The successor to 2017’s Gran Turismo Sport, Polyphony Digital’s racing series has been on PlayStation ever since its first entry in 1997.
Announced at the PS5 Event, it looks to have online as its focus with a huge selection of cars across the ages to race in, in full 4K and 120 FPS that seems like a given with this game.
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Horizon: Forbidden West
A sequel to the critically-acclaimed original, it looks to be even bigger than its predecessor, with depth and story set to eclipse other games in its wake once again.
It continues the story of Aloy, who is sent on a quest to the Forbidden West this time to find the mysterious plague, while coming across uncharted regions filled with new enemies and deadly storms. It's tentatively scheduled to be released in the third quarter of next year.
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Ratchet and Clank: A Rift Apart
Announced by Insomniac games for a 2021 release, they tout travelling between worlds with next to no loading as a great benefit for what they can do with the new console, especially going through different portals.
This is controlled by a 'Rift Tether', which allows the player to travel between worlds instnataneously.
It takes advantage of the DualSense controller here, alongside 3D Audio and the other PS5 benefits that's available to its library of games.
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God of War: Ragnarok
God of War was an immense success when it launched on the PlayStation 4 in 2018. As a soft-reboot of Kratos featuring a continuous-shot throughout the whole game, it defined the PS4 generation in an instance.
Since the trailer dropped, fans of the series have taken time to analyse the trailer in more detail. One user on Reddit managed to decode the runes in the logo shown, which combine to make the word Ragnarok.
What’s curious about this is that six of the runes in the logo are associated with Freyja, strongly hinting that she will play a significant role in the sequel.