5 New PS5 Games to Play in 2023

Written by Chad

February 16, 2023

The PlayStation 5 has been out for a couple of years and has been met with positive reviews. With major quality-of-life improvements from the PlayStation 4, such as faster load times, an improved controller, and a solid-state drive (SSD), it’s no surprise.

What’s more is the extensive library of games, some of which are slated to come out this year.

Below are five highly-anticipated PS5 games coming out in 2023 that you’ll want to get your hands on.

 

1. Hogwarts Legacy

Starting the list is the February release of Hogwarts Legacy, developed by Avalanche Studios. This Harry Potter RPG is finally being released after originally being set for release in 2021.

It’s an open-world RPG set in the 1800s, where you not only attend the famed Hogwarts but also get to explore the world of wizards. You can experience the anticipation of being sorted into your Hogwarts House, the joy of taking classes, and the pride of leveling up your character by improving your abilities.

You can also check out the thorough walkthrough at EIP Gaming as you prepare for the exciting release of Hogwarts Legacy.

 

2. Like a Dragon: Ishin!

Next on our list is Like a Dragon: Ishin! This long-awaited remake is big news after the 2014 Ryu ga Gotoku Ishin! was launched in Japan but was never released in the U.S. The upcoming release of Like a Dragon: Ishin! allows more players to enjoy the series.

This Yakuza game was built using Unreal Engine 5 and sends players to feudal Japan for more action than ever before. Most notably, this remake stars Kazuma Kiryu, a returning character from the main Yakuza game storyline. However, there will be countless other familiar faces that fans of the franchise will be happy to see.

 

3. Resident Evil 4

Resident Evil 4 is another highly anticipated remake coming out in 2023. In this installment, Leon Kennedy searches for the President’s missing daughter, which takes him on yet another grueling journey.

Unlike other games in the series, your enemies aren’t zombies. Rather, they are infected villagers. But they are just as scary as the undead you’ve seen before.

Resident Evil 4 is similar to the Resident Evil 2 remake, meaning we get a similar storyline but with improvements to gameplay and graphics for current consoles.

 

4. Final Fantasy XVI

Final Fantasy XVI is a PlayStation 5 timed console exclusive. So, unless you have a PC, you’ll have to purchase a PS5 to play this much-anticipated addition to the franchise.

This epic 16th chapter is more fantasy-driven than the previous game and stuns with incredible visuals. According to the producers, Final Fantasy XVI is not a true RPG to prevent an additional decade of development time. However, the limits create a more deliberate storyline and linear journey for players to enjoy.

 

5. Tekken 8

Although there isn’t a set release date yet, Tekken 8 is slated for the 2023-2024 financial year. This new installment is also built using Unreal Engine 5 but doesn’t use any elements from the previous game.

According to the game’s director, Tekken 8 will be a turning point in the series. So, we’ll have to wait and see what this means when it comes out. But players will see the return of some of their favorite characters, such as Paul Phoenix, Marshall Law, King, and others.

 

Final Thoughts

2023 is a big year for gamers, especially for those waiting for these highly-anticipated games to be released on the PlayStation 5. Whether it’s the nostalgia of Hogwarts Legacy or the survival horror of Resident Evil 4, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

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