The PS5 is getting closer: The release of the new console will take place next week – on November 19th. Shortly before the launch, Sony agrees with a new trailer for the imminent release of the PlayStation 5. In the video "New Worlds To Explore", the publisher presents a selection of the games that will be released for the new console. Among other things, the video shows: Excerpts from Gran Turismo 7.

The rumors about the release period seem to be confirmed: In a short display, Sony announced that the racing game is expected to be released in the first half of 2021. A French-language advertisement on YouTube recently made similar information. Gran Turismo 7 should be released by the end of June 2021. The same also applies to Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart and Returnal, which can also be seen in the new PS5 spot. (buy now )

Fans of Horizon: Forbidden West will have to wait a little longer. According to the information in the video, the new action role-playing game from Guerrilla Games will appear in the second half of 2021. There are no more specific dates yet. As soon as we get more information, you will find out as usual on our website. Current reports come together in our news area. We have the new commercial for the PS5 ready below. In our review of the PlayStation 5 you can read more details about the new Sony console.

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PS5: New Commercial "New Worlds To Explore"

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