PlayStation Showcase leaks – September 2021 event will feature some blockbuster announcements
PlayStation gamers should mark an important date in their calendars. This Thursday, Sony is hosting its next PlayStation Showcase event which will air on September 9th at 9pm BST. And in the run-up to the next PlayStation event, rumors have sprung up about what PS4 and PS5 announcements Sony has in store.
One of the main announcements at the PlayStation Showcase event in September 2021 is considered to be the first real look at the next God of War game.
God of War Ragnarok was first announced at the September 2020 PS5 event, with a short teaser video confirming Kratos’ return.
That video only showed the logo for the next God of War game slowly unfolding to dramatic music.
And it’s hoped we can get a closer look at God of War Ragnarok – due out next year – at Thursday’s PS5 event.
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This news came from @Shpeshal_Nick, the co-founder of XboxEra who has leaked a lot of accurate information in the past.
The XboxEra Podcast co-host shared an edited screenshot of a conversation they had with a source.
Shpeshal_Nick asked “I’m going to see if God of War will be there again?”.
To which their source simply replied, “Yes”.
The leaker, who correctly revealed earlier this year that Final Fantasy 7 Remake would be a free PS Plus game, also claimed that a new inFamous game could be in the works.
On Twitter, @Shpeshal_Nick posted: “Okay. Please take this with a grain of salt as it’s one of the things I couldn’t get confirmed. But since I like the series I hope it’s true. But there’s a Chances are we’ll see Infamous return in Sony’s showcase. Fingers crossed.”
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Elsewhere, it also appears that GTA 5 Enhanced and Expanded Edition will not appear in the PlayStation Showcase.
So says Tom Henderson, a leaker known for his Battlefield and COD leaks.
In the latest episode of the Gold Gold podcast, Henderson said, “Based on all the Call of Duty stuff happening this month, Battlefield stuff.
“You have to keep in mind that GTA 5 E&E is going to be huge.
“But they also look at what different companies are doing during their own specific campaigns.
An Alan Wake remaster could be available in October via PS Plus
“So I think we probably won’t hear about GTA 5 E&E until next month – would be a good guess in my name as I’m trying to make it very clear that that’s a guess.
“Looks like it will be in my opinion then.”
Finally, there are rumors circulating that a game for the October 2021 PS Plus lineup could also be announced.
A remaster of the classic Xbox horror game Alan Wake was leaked on the Rakuten site this weekend.
The Alan Wake Remaster will reportedly launch on October 5 and will be announced in the coming days.
What’s interesting about this October 5 release date is that it’s the same day the new October 2021 PS Plus games launch.
And that has led to speculation that Alan Wake Remastered could be included in the October 2021 PS Plus games.
on reddit a Redditor posted: “So an Alan Wake Remastered (PS4/PS5/Xbox) has been leaked on a retail website. Gaming analyst Daniel Ahmad tweeted that it will be announced next week. The PlayStation Showcase is next week. That’s the same day the October PS Plus games will be available, so if we put the finishing touches, it might be coming to PS Plus next month.”
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