This reads a bit too much like wish fulfillment, rather than an educated guess. Which is fine I guess, it kind of reminds me of my first thread ... (http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/post.php?id=8212540).
It's just kind of a messy concept ... I mean ... why does every game need the word "Untitled" next to it? If every game is untitled and yet to be announced, why even distinguish everyone as untitled?
I do think that The Last of Us 2, Death Stranding, Ghost of Tsushima, and Days Gone are a bit too early to call. The Last of Us 2 might end the series perfectly, Death Stranding doesn't really look like a game which can be easily sequel-ized but I guess that will depend on how many answers are left out of the first game, Ghost of Tsushima is based around a historical setting and the way they're setting it up it almost seems like the story is about the end of the story rather than the beginning, and Days Gone ... well ... I don't think it's guaranteed to be a success, quite frankly even if it is Bend might want to move away from that to a new project. But since the concept of one-and-done Triple A games is more of a novelty nowadays, I guess sequels to those games are practically guaranteed.
I do think Bloodborne is a bit of a stretch. I mean, people already thought Sekiro was going to be Bloodborne 2 and that was clearly wrong. If we do get a Bloodborne 2, it will probably already be a few years into the PS5's lifespan. Because I think From Software as a whole really want to separate themselves from just being a Souls studio. Even when they do eventually come back to Souls-like RPGs, they will probably do multiplatform releases only.
I may be a bit more skeptical than most, but these are all very obvious calls to make. It would be cool to see a bit more risk-taking in this list .... like maybe ... a certain remake .... that begins with an L ... : P