Isn't that nice, to feel that everything you're looking foward to is gonna get crushed into this tiny period where if they overlap each other, you'll be forced to binge most of them ?
Although, I think that February to March period has become a synonym to blockbuster these last years.
This makes me think either PS5 is coming well before Nov 2020, or that a Nov 2020 launch is going to have sufficient new first party titles and won't really require relying on games like TLOU2 to push early sales.
The new trailer looks sooo darn good and leaves me wanting more. A lengthy, well written, in depth story is exactly what I needed to hear.
Why is this even a thing? The games Sony has announced for PS4 are for the PS4, you'll be able to play them on PS5 through BC but Sony's not gonna use these to sell PS5s.
Horizon Zero Dawn came out in early 2017, when PS5 comes out next year it will have been almost 4 years, GG can certainly have a sequel ready in that time if they made the first one in 5 years. Not to mention by all accounts the next gen consoles are helping cutdown on development time.
Then Gran Turismo 7 should also be good to go. A title from Studio Japan. Perhaps the Demon's Souls remake by Bluepoint. I think those 4 at or during the launch window as in from November 2020- Early 2021 would be a pretty good launch without having to rely on PS4 games.