PlayStation Showcase: Announces a new portable console and all the games coming to PS5

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sony held its most anticipated virtual event so far this year, PlayStation Showcase, where it showcased much more of the upcoming exclusive video games coming to playstation 5 AND Playstation VR 2, its virtual reality headset. In principle, a portable console designed to stream games over a Wi-Fi connection.

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The device was unveiled Wednesday during the hour-long digital event it’s codenamed for Q Project and it should come out on sale at the end of 2023.

“Later this year we will be launching a dedicated device that will allow you to stream any game from your PS5 using Remote Play. via Wi-Fi”said Jim Ryan, CEO and President of Sony Interactive Entertainment, in one of his appearances during the Showcase.

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Sony explained that the device has an 8-inch screen capable of 1080p resolution and up to 60 images per second. It also has all the buttons and features of the PS5 DualSense wireless controller, including haptic vibration.

"Project Q" will be a portable console designed to stream games over a WiFi connection.

“Project Q” will be a portable console designed to stream games over a WiFi connection.

Judging by what Sony has put forward, it will be necessary to play games on this device have it installed on the PS5 itself. However, it is not yet clear whether it will be possible to play outdoors via mobile connection.

Waiting to know more details about the device, Project Q is more like a controller with a screen than a standalone console as such. In fact, the concept behind the product may be reminiscent of the recently released Backbone One PlayStation Edition mobile controller.

The Japanese company says it will give more details on this device in the coming months.

Project Q is more like a controller with a screen than a standalone console as such. In fact, the concept behind the product is reminiscent of the mobile phone adapter Backbone a PlayStation Recently released edition.

PlayStation Showcase 2023: the video games presented

Although of what Q Project captured all eyes, the focus of the event, as usual, were the exclusive video game announcements for the PlayStation 5 console. A flurry of trailers featuring the remake of Metal Gear Solid 3, Alan Wake 2 and new images of Wonder spider man 2.

fairgames. Haven Studios, the team led by producer Jade Raymond, presented this competitive multiplayer in development for PS5 and PC.

Phantom Blade Zero. The Chinese studio S-Game is behind this spectacular action game with a samurai setting. It is in development for PS5 and PC.

To snow. The new game from the creators of the acclaimed Gris, the Catalan team Nomada Studio, was a balm among many action and shooter games. It will be released in 2024.

Resident Evil 4 VR. It is a free DLC for the PlayStation 5 version of the game. Because it was developed in virtual reality, the perspective changes from third-person to a fully immersive first-person view.

The brave squire. This captivating adventure that combines the 2D visuals of a book with the exploration of a 3D environment is one of the most anticipated indie games of 2023.

Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater. Previous rumors have been confirmed: Metal Gear Solid 3 will return as a remake. Konami the game at Sony’s digital event and confirmed that, in addition to coming out for PlayStation 5, it will also have versions for Xbox Series and PC.

Alan Wake 2. We already knew of the existence of the sequel to Alan Wake, but at the PlayStation Showcase showed the game Remedy Entertainment for the first time. It will arrive on October 17, although more news is expected during the Summer Game Fest on June 9.

Assassin’s Creed: Mirage. The new chapter of Assassin’s Creed will be set in Baghdad in the ninth century, more precisely between the years 860 and 870 during the anarchy of Samarra. It will arrive on October 12th.

The dogma of the dragon 2. One of the most awaited returns. Capcom showed the first trailer of Dragon’s Dogma 2, currently in development for PS5, Xbox Series and PC. It doesn’t have a launch window yet.

Marathon. At the end of last year the existence of this title was leaked, but it was only at the PlayStation Showcase that we saw the first images showing the artistic style of the game. Marathon will mark Bungie’s return to one of its pre-Halo franchises.

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2. Closing the event was tasked with the sequel to Marvel’s Spider-Man. In addition to presenting a new cinematic, the title developed by the American Insomniac Games has finally shown itself in a video with actual gameplay. It will be released at the end of 2023, but there is no exact date yet.

Source: Clarin

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