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I think Sony will have slight updated versions of Ghost of Tsushima and Tlou2 ready at launch along with Spidey and whatever they haven't announced yet.

If spidey is a 15-20hr stand alone I'll be happy, but as some have said, games like Cyberpunk, COD etc will carry people until Feb / March. I remember that's when infamous second son dropped and Titan Fall.



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I sort of hoped for Horizon to be a launch title. But in the end it does not matter too much.
Sony (or Microsoft) do not really need a great first party line-up. There is a group of people, millions strong, that will buy the console no matter what. I even read a while back, that PS5 might end up a bit supply contrained.
Sooner more exlusives is better, sure. But it might be good strategy to hold some first party titles back until all the hard core people have bought a PS5 and the potential customers that are left are the ones that need cinvincing.



I'm very happy that Horizon Forbidden West is coming out in 2021 and GG take their time to make a great Game that start to take advantage of PS5 hardware and new features.
I'm confident it will be the most impressive first generation PS5 Game.



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Fei-Hung said:
I think Sony will have slight updated versions of Ghost of Tsushima and Tlou2 ready at launch along with Spidey and whatever they haven't announced yet.

If spidey is a 15-20hr stand alone I'll be happy, but as some have said, games like Cyberpunk, COD etc will carry people until Feb / March. I remember that's when infamous second son dropped and Titan Fall.

Me too, but I think they will announce it closer to launch to not damage the sales of the PS4 versions.



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