Update June 3, 6:15 AM ET: Added Sony’s tweets about the postponement of the PS5 event and added that Sony removed the PS5 release date from the site.

The leaked 176th issue of the Official PlayStation Magazine revealed a list of 38 games that will come together with the upcoming PlayStation 5 console.

Officially, this issue will be released on June 2, 2020. The leaked sample is probably not a fake, so the information that can be found in it may give us a hint on what to expect from the next-generation PlayStation gaming console. You can check the precise release years of all 38 games in the picture below.

The list of 38 games that will be available for PS5 according to Official PlayStation Magazine
The list of 38 games that will be available for PS5 according to Official PlayStation Magazine

Some of the games mentioned in the list will be released together with the console. Others will be presented later this year or even in 2021, while some don’t even have confirmed release dates.

The games that will be released together with PS5 at the end of 2020 include:

  1. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
  2. Dirt 5
  3. FIFA 21
  4. Godfall
  5. Madden 21
  6. NHL 21
  7. Observer System Redux
  8. Outriders
  9. Quantum Error
  10. Rainbow Six Siege
  11. Redo! Enhanced Edition
  12. Ultimate Fishing Simulator 2
  13. WRC 9

The remaining games from the list will be released either until the end of this year or in 2021:

  1. A Rat’s Quest: The Way Back Home
  2. Battlefield 6
  3. Chorus
  4. Cygni All Guns Blazing
  5. Dauntless
  6. Dragon Age 4
  7. Dying Light 2
  8. Gods & Monsters
  9. Gothic Remake
  10. Moonray
  11. MicroMan
  12. Nth’O Infinity Reborn
  13. Path of Exile 2
  14. PsyHotel
  15. Rainbow Six Quarantine
  16. Scarlet Nexus
  17. Sniper Elite 5
  18. Soulborn
  19. Starfield
  20. The Elder Scrolls 6
  21. The Lord of the Rings: Gollum
  22. The Sims 5
  23. Vampire: The Masquerade — Bloodlines 2
  24. Warframe
  25. Watch Dogs Legion

However, this list does not include titles of exclusive games that will be released at the same time with the launch of the new console and later.

So far, Sony has unveiled the hardware specifications of PS5 as well as a new DualSense wireless controller. However, the design or the price of the console are still unknown.

Sony Revealed Sony PlayStation 5 Hardware Specifications
Sony has finally provided detailed information on the PlayStation 5 system architecture in the presentation that was held by Mark Cerny on Wednesday.

The new console itself is scheduled to be presented on Holiday 2020 season, so it is unlikely that the event on June 4 will reveal any details regarding the design or cost of PS5.

Update: As of June 3, Sony removed the phare "Launches holiday 2020" from the official website of the company. In addition, the same mention of the approximate start of sales was removed from all language versions of the site.

Sony Reveals New DualSense Controller for PlayStation 5
Released in 2013, the DualShock 4 wireless controller for the PS4 received many positive reviews from gamers. Sony took it as the basis for the development of DualSense, adding even more functionality.

Also, in a video published on PlayStation’s YouTube channel, Sony announced the date of the next PS5 event that is scheduled for Thursday, June 4, and will start at 4 PM ET/1 PM PT. The event will last about an hour and will primarily focus on the games that users will be playing upon PS 5 launch.

Further events where the company will uncover more details may happen in the following weeks or months.

Update: Sony has postponed the upcoming PS5 event that was scheduled to take place on June 4. This event was intended for showing off the gameplay of the next-generation PS console. Sony didn’t mention the exact date of the rescheduled event.

The company’s decision follows anti-racism protests happening across the USA. They were a response to George Floyd’s death at the hand of a Minneapolis police officer last week. Ongoing protests have taken place across several US cities.

Sony is not the only major company to delay events. EA also delayed the Madden NFL 21 event, and Google postponed the Android 11 beta announcement.