Also featured are Hogwarts Legacy, Assassin’s Creed Mirage, Resident Evil 4, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, Dead Space, Street Fighter 6, Alone in the Dark, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor and Wild Hearts.
VGC previewed many of the games featured in the video over the holidays as we looked ahead to some of 2023’s biggest console and PC releases.
- Spider-Man 2 is 2023’s PlayStation blockbuster
- Final Fantasy 16 looks set to upend the series’ traditions
- Starfield is the biggest Xbox exclusive in a decade
- Can Respawn’s Jedi: Survivor survive Star Wars fatigue?
- Resident Evil 4 could be a more restrained remake than 2 and 3
- Can Street Fighter 6 please both lapsed fans and ‘casual’ players?
- Hogwarts Legacy could be the Harry Potter game fans have waited 20 years for
- Wild Hearts has the potential to be a real Monster Hunter rival
- Wo Long bridges the gap between Nioh and Ninja Gaiden
- Hades 2 attempts to follow up one of gaming’s greatest-ever surprises
- Pikmin 4’s arrival will be no small matter
- Bayonetta Origins is a gorgeous spin-off that channels Okami
- Is Zelda Tears of the Kingdom’s latest delay a good sign?
- After Immortal, Diablo 4 has a point to prove
- Can Redfall translate what fans love about Arkane to co-op?
- Dead Island 2 moves from dev hell to Hell-A
- After Elden Ring, FromSoftware is going sci-fi with Armored Core 6
- Crash Team Rumble is the series’ long-awaited multiplayer spin-off
Sony said this month that PS5 has sold over 30 million units since its November 2020 launch.
Speaking during the company’s CES showcase, SIE president Jim Ryan claimed December was PS5’s biggest sales month yet, and that increased availability means more consumers can now purchase the console following long-running supply issues.
Sony will launch PlayStation VR2 on February 22, 2023. Priced at $549.99 / €599.99 / £529.99, the PS5 virtual reality hardware includes the PS VR2 headset, PS VR2 Sense controllers and stereo headphones.