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Leaked Sony document sheds light on PS5 portfolio



A Leaked documents The Horizon Zero Dawn remaster has reportedly been mentioned as part of the rumors, along with information about upcoming PlayStation Studio projects. It should be noted that we haven’t been able to independently verify the authenticity of the spreadsheet, and it would potentially be a fairly easy thing to fake. Some of the names linked to the page currently work at Sony, though that doesn’t necessarily confirm anything on its own.

In fact, the document – which almost certainly came out of Europe if legitimate – does not reveal much. It appears to be dated 2021, and refers to the aforementioned remaster of Aloy’s inaugural adventure, as well as Horizon’s multiplayer spin-off, which is listed as a service game and will also be coming to PC. Other projects, such as survival horror Heartbreak from Liverpool-based Firesprite, have previously been hinted at by various job listings; It will also come on a PC.

In fact, judging by the document, several upcoming PlayStation projects are planned for PC, including a multiplayer game from the London studio, which currently doesn’t even have a codename. The project from Ballistic Moon, labeled as Bates, is also listed for PS5 and PC – and we first reported on the game earlier in the year. Also mentioned is a new game from Kojima Productions, Codename Ocean – which is reportedly a rumored sequel to Death Stranding.

One project that caught our attention is a vehicular combat game called Redstar, which is listed in development at Doom Allstars developer Lucid Games. We’re relatively confident this is a new Twisted Metal, though our understanding is that production was handed over to Firesprite earlier this year, potentially helping push the doc forward. An open world game from Sackboy: Carbon, a big adventure developer Sumo Digital, is perhaps the only real surprise on the page.

In fact, even though the document is original, there is not much substance. Many of the projects were already known about through various job listings and leaks over the years, and we don’t know how much information has changed since the spreadsheet was created. Perhaps the only thing that is clear, as mentioned above, is how committed Sony is to bringing games to PC, with the platform holder planning ports for most of its output these days.


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