Sony will reportedly have "PS5 (opens in new tab) only" launch titles that won't be playable on PS4 or any other platform, according to new information from industry source Jason Schreier.
Speaking on Kotaku's Splitscreen podcast (opens in new tab) (from around the 29:00 mark), Schreier revealed that Sony intends to launch its next-gen console with a number of exclusive games that can't be played anywhere else, placing it in stark contrast to Microsoft, which has recently confirmed that every Xbox Series X (opens in new tab) game for the next few years will also be playable on Xbox One and PC.
PS5 specs (opens in new tab) – what's inside the next-generation PlayStation console?
What these PS5 launch games (opens in new tab) are, of course, is anyone's guess. But, rumours of Horizon Zero Dawn 2 (opens in new tab), God of War 2 (opens in new tab), and more suggest that we could be in for a stellar few years of first-party PlayStation experiences.
In the meantime, reports have suggested that a special PlayStation Meeting (opens in new tab) will be taking place sometime next month, during which Sony will reveal everything you're desperate to know about its upcoming successor to the PS4.
Unfortunately, this also potentially means that PlayStation will potentially be skipping E3 (opens in new tab) for a second time this year, but both of these reports have yet to be validated or confirmed by Sony itself.
With that in mind, stay updated with all next-gen news in the coming weeks and months on GamesRadar+, where we'll be covering the entire saga from reveal to launch day and beyond.
For more, check out more upcoming PS4 games (opens in new tab) for 2020 and beyond, or watch our latest episode of Dialogue Options below.