What does your dream next-gen launch lineup look like?



  • Because it's in vogue 3d person games is what made Sony this gen. If Microsoft can do a 3st person as beloved I'm in.



  • Damn! SOOO close!

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    I got my hopes up for a hot second there until...

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    Apparently it is the media's fault for Next Level Racing making up a fake logo and laying it out among three other real racing games that are coming out in 2020. Hmmmm... yep that makes sense!

    I think despite the fact that they are deflecting any blame, they might know something. Could GT7 be a PS5 launch title?



  • @dipset lol I saw that too, that logo looked a bit too good for me to be a mockup tbh... there's something about that number 7 placement that feels so right for me. I don't feel confident about Polyphony delivering a launch day release though, unless if it's more like a GT Sport 1.5 or something of the sort. Those guys love taking their time.



  • @bam541

    I feel like GT Sport in Oct 2017 to GT7 in, say, Oct 2020 = Polyphony's fastest turnaround I know of.

    Although Yamauchi and Polyphony in general are a bit illusive in the media, I believe I read somewhere that the assets in GT Sport were mostly ground up with minimal reuse from the PS3 games. That's why the game launched with so few vehicles relative to their older games. But as a result of these ground up assets, a lot of them can be "scaled up" to a higher quality than currently available on PS4. Sorta like they future-proofed some assets or something like that.

    So that can speed up production time. They also have pretty much every important road circuit in the world already in GT Sport and the only improvements they need would be plus ups.

    So maaaaaaybe, the three year turnaround is believable assuming some of this work on GT Sport is applicable to GT7.



  • @dipset I totally forgot about the future proofed assets. I remember Digital Foundry talking about them and saying that the models are just way too detailed than other racing games. That definitely makes it more plausible. There's also a possibility that they just port GT Sport to PS5 and continue the current model of the game there, which is less hype, but still could be pretty cool if they really turn up the graphics and such.



  • I think 7 built on a Sport base could work pretty well. We've already been shown that Sport looks incredible in 4k+ resolutions, so just taking the assets and doing some spring cleaning like enhancing the ray tracing that is already in the PS4 version, improve lighting, and I think the turnaround on 7 could be a lot faster than previous games.



  • Demons souls remaster and a proper ratchet and clank game and I'm set for ps5.

    Wild dreams
    Starfield and a naughty dog jak game.



  • Backyard Baseball 2001 Remastered. Comes with the added bonus of being able to relive your childhood, but only the good parts when you weren't a hormone monster driven purely by your Id. Man, those ten minutes would be worth the price of admission alone!



  • I just realized that a horror game is probably the best way to show off PS5's 3D audio tech. Surely Cerny is aware of it since he used Dead Space as an example. Maybe Silent Hill could be just that...



  • @naltmank said in What does your dream next-gen launch lineup look like?:

    Backyard Baseball 2001 Remastered. Comes with the added bonus of being able to relive your childhood, but only the good parts when you weren't a hormone monster driven purely by your Id. Man, those ten minutes would be worth the price of admission alone!

    Even better - High Heat Baseball 2003!

    Youtube Video