9 best PS5 games worth experiencing in the second half of 2021
PlayStation 5 has been on the market for some time, and many people have given it very positive reviews. Compared with the previous PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 has dramatically improved its quality. Although PlayStation 5 is a perfect choice, the quality of the console depends on the game you choose. Choose a good game, then PlayStation 5 will provide you with more support. Therefore, in this article, let's look at the very mode PS5 games in 2021, which are worthy of everyone to experience.
- Keena: Bridge of the Spirit
- Death Stranding Director's Cut
- Lost Judgment
- FIFA 22
- Jett: The Far Shore
- Far Cry 6
- Back 4 Blood
- NHL 22
- The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes
The above is 2021. You can experience the game options on PS5:
1. Keena: Bridge of the Spirit (September 21)
When it debuted, a short trailer from Ember Lab gave players a first-hand understanding of the upcoming action-adventure game Kena: Bridge of Spirits. We watched the protagonist solve puzzles, use her staff to fight some enemies, and walk in a beautiful town deep in the forest. There are also a group of small furry animals roaming around, and we can't wait to learn more about them. We will know when it is released on September 21, 2021.
2. Death Stranding Director's Cut (September 24)
Death Stranding Director's Cut includes improved combat, changes in the quality of life, and even a new racing mode, just as weird as you think. In addition to improvements, Director's Cut also has a new partner called Buddy Bot, which can help Sam Porter Bridges carry out more extensive transportation. Death stranding is not for everyone, But this is a unique gaming experience. Now, PS5 users will be able to experience native games on the new machine.
3. Lost Judgment (September 24)
As a sequel to the popular Yakuza derivative product in 2018, Lost Judgment will continue the story of its predecessor. In it, you will play the role of private detective Takayuki Yagami investigating a murder case. Remember that the trial spin-off series will now serve as a torch relay for action fighters, and the mainline Yakuza franchise will be turned to turn-based after the seventh batch.
4. FIFA 22 (October 1)
Although it is difficult to make substantial and breakthrough improvements to each item of the annual franchise, Electronic Arts have done some sorting in FIFA 22. Thanks to the Xsens suit, EA implemented more realistic motion capture to make FIFA 22 feel more immersive. It seems that the developers are fully committed to immersive presentations, Provides more than 4,000 new animations that look more realistic than ever.
5. Jett: The Far Shore (October 5)
Launched this fall, Jett: The Far Shore is still shrouded in mystery. Its trailer shows fascinating space exploration, a small boat soaring over massive skeletons, turbulent oceans, and dark outer space. We are looking forward to learning more about Superbrothers' next adventure in October this year.
6. Far Cry 6 (October 7)
By the end of 2021, players will finally be able to visit the turbulent Yarra Island and participate in the political uprising. We don't know much about this story, but with Breaking Bad's Giancarlo Esposito as the primary opponent, people have high hopes that this will be the best Far Cry game in years. Although the marketing of this entry describes it as a serious adventure, based on our preview, it seems to be more comedy than you might expect.
7. Back 4 Blood (October 12)
Left 4 Dead is one of the most popular zombie games in recent times. and it is a pity that Valve has not returned. Instead, the Turtle Rock Studios team (consisting of many employees involved in Left 4 Dead work) is making Back 4 Blood, a zombie game that unabashedly displays its inspiration on the sleeve. This will be a cooperative first-person shooter game with a unique deck-building mechanism, and players can use cards to customize different abilities. It will be released on Halloween on October 12, 2021.
8. NHL 22 (October 15)
The goal of this year's hockey simulation game is realism, and Electronic Arts hope to push it to the extreme in NHL 22. The newly added X-factor this year allows you to have a better gaming experience, earn enough NHL 22 coins to get the best player, and build the best HUT Ultimate Team. NHL 22 is becoming the most immersive hockey simulation game with completely reworked facial expressions and improved club physics.
9. The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes (October 21)
The third part of Supermassive Games' latest series, The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes, will occur during the Iraq War. A group of soldiers encountered deadly creatures in it, but unlike the previous game, these enemies will not be hallucinations. The goal of House of Ashes is far less linear than that of Man of Medan and Little Hope, giving players more motivation to explore. Although it occurred during the Iraq War, Supermassive stated that the House of Ashes is not a political game. Instead, the team wants to use the scene and period as a means of storytelling. It will be launched on Halloween this year.