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Does Sony's teaser refer to unannounced PlayStation games?

If you remember, at the beginning of the PlayStation event last week, Sony aired a live-action teaser with a focus on PlayStation and a popular slogan. This generation of them was created, meaning "there is no limit to playing". However, if we look closely at that trailer, it seems that there are many things behind it and many clues can be seen in it.

According to the evidence that has now been obtained, apparently This teaser is full of istrages and refers to old and popular games of the fans. At first glance, some of these allusions - such as those of Anchartd, God of War and Horizon Zero Down - are clearly visible and easily seen. However, in every corner of this teaser, there are clues to other famous games that are very noticeable in their kind and you probably did not notice them at first glance.

First of all, I invite you Let's see this teaser ad that is very beautifully made and directed:

Some of these clues to well-known and popular games such as Resident Evil 4, Sly Cooper, Silent Hill, Infimus, Final Fantasy 16 and Final Fantasy 7 have all been remixed, and many more.

There have been many references to popular games to refer to the history of PlayStation with these games. However, some of these references may have more meaning.

BingMag.com Does Sony's teaser refer to unannounced PlayStation games?

Hogwarts Legacy game - at 0:21

BingMag.com Does Sony's teaser refer to unannounced PlayStation games?

Refers to the Infamous Karma Game Symbol - at 0:21

BingMag.com Does Sony's teaser refer to unannounced PlayStation games?

Point to Tekken game - at 0:27

BingMag.com Does Sony's teaser refer to unannounced PlayStation games?

Refer to the Dragon Quest game - at 0:31

BingMag.com Does Sony's teaser refer to unannounced PlayStation games?

Referring to the character of Castlevania game in the early episodes - at 0:31

BingMag.com Does Sony's teaser refer to unannounced PlayStation games?

Refer to the famous Sonic game loops - at 0:33

BingMag.com Does Sony's teaser refer to unannounced PlayStation games?

Here is the word Valisthea, which is the world of Final Fantasy 16 - in Moment 0:38

BingMag.com Does Sony's teaser refer to unannounced PlayStation games?

Point to game Pac-Man - at 0:40

BingMag.com Does Sony's teaser refer to unannounced PlayStation games?

Point to the Sly Cooper game logo - at 0:58

BingMag.com Does Sony's teaser refer to unannounced PlayStation games?

Point to FF7 Remake - at 1:03

BingMag.com Does Sony's teaser refer to unannounced PlayStation games?

Refer to Resident Evil 4 - at 1:33

BingMag.com Does Sony's teaser refer to unannounced PlayStation games?

Referring to the Helldivers game - at 1:33

BingMag.com Does Sony's teaser refer to unannounced PlayStation games?

refers to the Dragon Quest game - at 00:32

BingMag.com Does Sony's teaser refer to unannounced PlayStation games?

Refer to Alan Wake game - at 00:59

BingMag.com Does Sony's teaser refer to unannounced PlayStation games?

Refer to the Crash Bandicoot game - at 01:15

BingMag.com Does Sony's teaser refer to unannounced PlayStation games?

Point to Deathloop game - at 01:18

BingMag.com Does Sony's teaser refer to unannounced PlayStation games?

Refer to Silent Hill game (using the same famous Silent Hill game radio) - at 01:56

if more accurate Let's see, these istrags found by the fans are divided into several categories. Some of them refer only to iconic and very popular games such as Packman and Sonic, which are well-known symbols of the video game industry. There are other games that have been introduced and we know will be available for PlayStation 5 or even now.

However, the third category may be interesting in its own right. These are works that are rumored and reported to make a new part of them. For example, there have been strong and credible reports for a long time that suggest that we will most likely see a remake of Resident Evil 4, or even in the last few years we have heard many rumors about a new episode of Silent Hill. It has not been. A work like Helldivers, which has a slight hint in the trailer, has been waiting for a sequel for some time.

Of course, all of this is likely to be an exaggeration, and Sony may not have intended it at all. And just wanted to point out some of the old and current games on their consoles. Of course, earlier in the generation, Sony also mentioned games like Crash Benedict and Street Fighter in a promotional teaser, which we later saw were made for the PlayStation 4 console.

However, it should be emphasized again Let us assume that the main purpose was merely to refer to these games and to recall the history of PlayStation, and that there is no official confirmation for the construction of a sequel to some of these works. However, we do not mind that at least some of them will be developed in the coming years.


Source: MP1ST

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