Update 2: It’s been over three months since we last republished this article, and we’re doing it again! Why? Well, because, if you can believe it, more Games have been confirmed for 2023, while others have been given full release dates.
We’ve said it twice now, but we’ll say it one more time: next year is shaping up to be one of the most absurdly packed 12 months in gaming ever. the age. The schedule is completely independent, and here push squareWe are already trying to think of ways to survive the January onslaught.
If you’re struggling to get through a backlog to begin with, we fear 2023 could put an end to your ambitions!
So, without further ado, let’s see what the 2023 release schedule looks like on PS5 and PS4, as 2022 approaches…
insanity What more can you say? And the thing is, we’re sure there will be even more games announced for the latter half of the year as we head into 2023 proper.
Will some titles be delayed? Yes, necessarily. But even with a few adjustments here and there, it’s shaping up to be a truly massive year for PlayStation fans. Prepare yourself, and your wallet, for what’s to come in the comments section below.
Update: It’s been three months since we first published this article, but we had to bring it back after taking another look at the 2023 PS5 and PS4 release schedule. If you thought the original list (which you can still find below) was ridiculous, wait until you see this update. Jeez!
2023 is indeed shaping up to be one of the most terrifying years for gaming we’ve seen in generations.
Without a hitch…
Now that’s just getting silly, isn’t it? The crazy part is that Sony currently only has one first-party blockbuster slated for 2023, and that’s Marvel’s Spider-Man 2. It’s not unreasonable to expect at least one more PlayStation Studio title to drop next year.
Do you think 2023 is going to be really crazy for new games? Take a look at our original story to compare how much this list has grown in three months, and then brace yourself for an onslaught in the comments section below.
Original story: Final Fantasy VII Rebirth was revealed just a few days ago, complete with a winter 2023 release window, and it got us thinking… just how stacked is 2023 for PS5 and PS4 gaming? Answer: very much – To the point where the majority of these launch targets are in place, we could be looking at one of the strongest years in PlayStation history.
No, seriously, take a look at this list. Most of these games don’t have release dates yet, but at the time of writing, they’re all penciled in for 2023.
Jeez! And the thing is, more games will be added to this list over the next several months and beyond – it’s far from final.
There are heavy hitters – many of which are skipping last-gen consoles altogether. The likes of Dead Space, Resident Evil 4, Final Fantasy XVI, Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, Alan Wake II, Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, Pragmatism, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, Street Fighter 6, and Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. All will be complete blockbusters – big Budget games with the potential to set the sales charts on fire.
Now, of course, some of these games might not make it to 2023. The aforementioned Final Fantasy VII Rebirth immediately comes to mind; Square Enix is as a matter of fact Are two tentpole Final Fantasy games going to be released within six months of each other? We are struggling to believe, but if it does yes…
Still, there’s no denying the potential here – a truly ridiculous release schedule as it stands. What games are you most looking forward to in 2023? Are there any games you think are designed to be delayed? Let us know if you’re already considering next year’s wonders in the comments section below.
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