Sony is calling on its friendly neighborhood Spider-Man to help launch its next generation PlayStation 5 video game console later this year.
The company has announced a new game, called Marvel’s Spider-Man Miles Moralesin time for the holiday season, said Sony. The game will be on Morales, a mixed race character at the center of the 2019 blockbuster movie Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse.
The announcement was part of an event hosted by Sony on June 11 to discuss new PS5 titles. The companyafter protests erupted around the world in response to the murder of an unarmed black man, George Floyd, while in police custody.
The games were presented alongside, which is tall and thin, is white on the front and back, with light blue and black accent colors on its sides. The company has said it will release a price and launch date for the PS5 later. The company also said there would be a “fully digital” version, which had been reported since 2012.
Thursday’s event is the last scheduled by Sony and Microsoft before the launch of theirand consoles. The new devices, which are the first major new consoles since PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, were released in 2013.
Microsoft has another event scheduled for July, when it plans to present new games from its own development studios – including 343 Industries, makers of the hitand his latest title, Halo Infinite. Sony said it planned more events, but has not yet specified when they would be.
PlayStation CEO Jim Ryanas a first glimpse of the games that will be made for the console. It was supposed to stand entirely in line and last about an hour.
“This is the day we’ve been looking forward to for years, where we can show you some of the games that demonstrate our belief that the PlayStation 5 marks the greatest generational transition our industry has ever known,” said Ryan in the video stream. has begun.
Many of the games featured by Sony were built by its game studios, including Insomniac Games, which made Spider-Man.
Here are all the games that Sony has announced so far:
Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales
By Insomniac Games
Grand Turismo 7
By Polyphony Digital
Remake of demon souls
By From Software
From BethesdaGrand Theft Auto V improved
By Rockstar Games
By Square Enix
Rachet & Clank: Rift Apart
By Insomniac Games
By House Marque
By Annapurna Interactive
Sackboy: a great adventure
By Sumo Digital
By Lucid Games
Kena: Bridge of Spirits
By Ember Labs
Goodbye Volcano High
By Ko_Op Games
Resident Evil 8
You can watch a recording of the event on the CNET and GameSpot YouTube channels below: