November 28, 2022


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Sony's confidential document has been leaked.  Hideo Kojima and Other Surprises Heading to PS5 and PC

Sony’s confidential document has been leaked. Hideo Kojima and Other Surprises Heading to PS5 and PC

We didn’t have to wait up to 24 hours for someone to release a confidential document to confirm Sony’s plans for the coming months. The list includes, among others, “Horizon PS5 Remaster” and Horizon Online. However, these are just a few of the games from an interesting list.

In the morning we reported on Sony’s plans to update Horizon Zero Dawn. Later, Gematsu editors confirmed that they had received a document that would herald the Japanese company’s plans for the coming months. We did not have to wait long – the material was published.

At first, it is certainly worth emphasizing an important detail – this document was sent to our editorial office before 3:00 pm, but I was not sure that it was the final version of the material. Only after confirming the details with another source did I decide to put it on the portal.

Among the plans we can see, among others:

  • Horizon Forbidden West for PC
  • Horizon PS5 Remastered
  • Horizon Online for PS5 and PC
  • Hearbreak – Firesprite Survival Horror for PS5 and PC
  • Carbon – Secret project from studio Sumo Digital (creators of Sackboy: The Great Adventure)
  • Sackboy: The Great Adventure for PC
  • Redstar – Secret Car Racing from Lucid (creators of Destruction All Stars)
  • Return for PC
  • Ocean – Hideo Kojima’s Secret Project for PS5
  • Bates – Secret Survival Horror Game by Ballistic Moon on PS5 and PC
  • Camden – a secret project from Sony London studio for PS5 and PC

As you can see, most games will debut on PlayStation 5 and PC, and The “ocean” mentioned above is said to be Death Stranding 2.

There have already been leaks that Firesprite is creating AAA horror for PlayStation 5 – you see, the title is also expected to be released on PC. Lucid Games reportedly acquired Twisted Metal, a match for Redstar. Additionally, we recently mentioned Sony’s collaboration with studio Ballistic Moon.

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