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Here Are 5 PS4 Exclusives Yoshida Might Be Hinting At

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Here Are 5 PS4 Exclusives Yoshida Might Be Hinting At

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In a recent interview, Shuhei Yoshida, president of Sony’s Worldwide Studios for Sony Interactive Entertainment, said that there are still unannounced exclusives in development for the PS4. This may come as a surprise to some, after the recent comments from the CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment, John Kodera, in which he proclaiming that the PS4 is entering the final phase of its life cycle. However, in light of Yoshida divulging that there are still PS4 exclusives that have yet to be unveiled, here are five potential titles we could see making their way onto the PS4 before this console generation ends.

Bloodborne 2

This may be the most anticipated sequel to any potential title that Sony could announce as one of these unannounced PS4 exclusives. Bloodborne was a hit with both souls fans and the PS4 community in general. Released back in March 2015, the gothic stylized, souls-like action RPG was both commercially successful and critically acclaimed. Bloodborne reached nearly 3 million copies sold as of April 2018. With this success, it should come as no surprise that some fans are hoping for the reveal of a Bloodborne 2.

Fuel was added to the rumor fires when a teaser for a FromSoftware game made its world premiere during the 2017 Game Awards. Unfortunately for fans expecting a Bloodborne 2 announcement at Sony’s E3 2018 press conference, the short trailer actually ended up being for Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Fans looking for some sort of hope of a sequel can look back to an interview where the director of Bloodborne, Hidetaka Miyazaki, said that FromSoftware was working on three games, one being a title that “will probably comply with the expectations from the fans in straightforward manner.” The title that’s said to “comply with the expectations from the fans” could be Bloodborne 2. The next best time it may make its debut could be at PSX 2018. Since there was no unveil at E3, and considering the popularity of the original, it is more of a question of when will it be announced, rather than if it will be.

 

This post was originally written by Tyler Lirones.

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