PS5 has a long list of games that can keep you hooked and entertained for an long time.
However, you’re in luck if you need something new to play because you’ve already consumed your backlog.
We’re eager to get our hands on the brand-new PS5 games that have been released for 2024. All of them are currently available for pre-order, so you may own them as soon as their release dates arrive.
Here are the top 5 PS5 games of 2024.
1. Helldivers II
As a Helldiver in this cooperative sci-fi shooter, your job is to protect Earth from an extraterrestrial assault. You are armed to the teeth.
Along with three other players, you can take on enemies while using insanely powerful weaponry that you can customize to your heart’s content.
2. Final Fantasy VII Rebirth
“Final Fantasy VII Rebirth” is the much anticipated follow-up to the legendary “Final Fantasy VII Remake” series. The exploits of Cloud and his friends—Aerith, Tifa, Barret, Red XIII, Yuffie, and the reappearance of well-known characters like Vincent and Cait Sith—continue in this chapter.
“Final Fantasy VII Rebirth” continues where the first game left off, but it has plenty of tricks in terms of plot twists. It will chronicle Cloud and his comrades’ epic adventure to the Forgotten Capital, following them as they escape Midgar in search of the mysterious Sephiroth.
3. Alone in the dark
A new game set in the unsettling Derceto Manor, “Alone in the Dark” is a terrifying return to the survival-horror roots of the franchise. You take on the roles of Emily Hartwood or Edward Carnby, as played by “Stranger Things” star David Harbour and “Killing Eve” actress Jodie Comer.
4. South Park: Snow Day
In a brand-new 3D adventure, “South Park” characters Cartman, Stan, Kyle, and Kenny celebrate a beloved winter holiday that children adore: snow day. In order to save the planet, up to four players can form a team and explore South Park’s snow-covered streets.
5. Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown
This 2D platformer provides the greatest aspects of the Prince of Persia series from today a Metroidvania makeover. Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown made its debut alongside a pretty long gameplay trailer, and it doesn’t appear to be your typical cash-grab game. Instead, the gameplay, soundtrack, and graphics all feel fitting for the franchise at last.