Every Video Game Release Coming Soon For PS5 And PS4


2022 is almost halfway through, and the year has kept PlayStation owners busy. So far, not every month has been stacked with huge releases, and things have been rather slow since the end of March. That said, 2022 has produced games like Elden Ring, Gran Turismo 7, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, Horizon Forbidden West, and Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, all titles that garnered critical acclaim.

The PlayStation 5 library is consistently expanding, and the best is presumably yet to come for Sony’s current console. In the meantime, the PlayStation 4 continues to receive love with cross-generation titles, so people who have yet to upgrade still have plenty to look forward to.


Which PS5 games are coming soon to shelves around the world? Which PS4 games are on the horizon?

Please note that the listed release dates are for North America. Substantial expansions and DLC releases will also be included.

Updated August 29, 2022: The upcoming PS5 and PS4 games were added to the calendar over the last week: Wanted: Dead, Jack Move, PGA Tour 2K23, Dungeons 4, Tower Princess, Dying Light 2 Stay Human: Bloody Ties, Doraemon: Story of Seasons – Friends of the Great Kingdom, Under The Waves, Lies of P, Dune Awakening, Moving Out 2, Atlas Fallen, Killer Klowns From Outer Space, Park Beyond, Blind Fate: Edo No Yami, The Last Oricru, Nobody Saves the World: Frozen Hearth, Hardspace: Shipbreaker, Train Life: A Railway Simulator, Brewmaster, NHL 23, Asterix & Obelix XXXL: The Ram From Hibernia, Astronite, Ghost Song, Winter Games 2023, Adventure Academia: The Fractured Continent, Vampire: The Masquerade – The New York Bundle.

PS5 & PS4 Games Coming Out In September 2022

Compared to the months before it, September 2022 is shaping up to be an exciting period for owners of any console on the market. PlayStation fans can look forward to a plethora of exciting releases, and they won’t have to wait long for the month to get going. Within the first two days of September, The Last of Us Part 1 will debut, along with Fallout 76 dropping The Pitt expansion. Anime fans can also try out JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle R and Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness.

While major releases will slow down briefly after the opening days, the midpoint of September still features games like Temtem, Steelrising, and Metal: Hellsinger, all of which are likely to attract niche audiences. Things will once again pick up during the last few weeks of the month, with Tunic and Valkyrie Elysium being just a handful of the titles scheduled to drop within days of each other.

Following a strong start to the year, 2022 has been rather slow since the end of March. Since then, blockbuster releases have been few and far between, but September should change that and, hopefully, kick things into gear for the last quarter of the year.

  • September: Fallout 76: The Pitt (PS4)
  • September 1: Arcade Archives: Pac & Pal (PS4, Switch)
  • September 1: Chenso Club (PS4)
  • September 1: The Mysteries of Ranko Togawa: Murder on the Marine Express (PS5, PS4)
  • September 2: JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle R (PS5, PS4)
  • September 2: The Last of Us Part 1 (PS5)
  • September 2: Lego Brawls (PS5, PS4)
  • September 2: Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness (PS4)
  • September 2: Train Sim World 3 (PS5, PS4)
  • September 6: Biomutant (PS5)
  • September 6: Circus Electrique (PS5, PS4)
  • September 6: Classic Racers Elite (PS5, PS4)
  • September 6: Disney Dreamlight Valley (PS5, PS4)
  • September 6: Mozart Requiem (PS4)
  • September 6: Temtem (PS5)
  • September 6: The Tomorrow Children: Phoenix Edition (PS4)
  • September 7: Kaichu – The Kaiju Dating Sim (PS5, PS4)
  • September 8: Alice Gear Aegis CS: Concerto of Simulatrix (PS5, PS4)
  • September 8: Steelrising (PS5)
  • September 8: Tower Princess (PS4)
  • September 8: White Day: A Labyrinth Named School (PS5)
  • September 9: NBA 2K23 (PS5, PS4)
  • September 13: Isonzo (PS5, PS4)
  • September 13: Little Orpheus (PS5, PS4)
  • September 13: Metal: Hellsinger (PS5)
  • September 13: Nobody Saves the World: Frozen Hearth (PS5, PS4)
  • September 13: Windstorm: Start of a Great Friendship (PS4)
  • September 14: Q.U.B.E. 10th Anniversary (PS5, PS4)
  • September 15: Blind Fate: Edo No Yami (PS5, PS4, XBX/S, XBO, Switch, PC)
  • September 15: Despot’s Game: Dystopian Army Builder (PS5, PS4)
  • September 15: Inertial Drift: Twilight Rivals Edition (PS5)
  • September 15: Outer Wilds (PS5)
  • September 15: SBK 22 (PS5)
  • September 15: Wayward Strand (PS5, PS4)
  • September 16: Trash Sailors (PS4)
  • September 20: Construction Simulator – Extended Edition (PS5, PS4)
  • September 20: Hardspace: Shipbreaker (PS5)
  • September 20: Jack Move (PS4)
  • September 20: Soulstice (PS5)
  • September 22: The Diofield Chronicle (PS5, PS4)
  • September 22: OneShot: World Machine Edition (PS4)
  • September 22: Potion Permit (PS5, PS4)
  • September 22: Serial Cleaners (PS5, PS4)
  • September 22: Session: Skate Sim (PS5, PS4)
  • September 22: Train Life: A Railway Simulator (PS5)
  • September 23: DreamWorks Dragons: Legends of the Nine Realms (PS4)
  • September 27: FIFA 23: The Ultimate Edition (PS5, PS4)
  • September 27: Hokko Life (PS4)
  • September 27: The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero (PS4)
  • September 27: Moonscars (PS5, PS4, XBX/S, XBO, Switch, PC)
  • September 27: Tunic (PS5, PS4)
  • September 29: Brewmaster (PS5, PS4)
  • September 29: Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous (PS4)
  • September 29: Post Void (PS5, PS4)
  • September 29: Valkyrie Elysium (PS5, PS4)
  • September 29: Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth (PS5, PS4)
  • September 30: Airoheart (PS5, PS4)
  • September 30: Blade Assault (PS5, PS4)
  • September 30: Bunny Park (PS5, PS4)
  • September 30: FIFA 23 (PS5, PS4)
  • September 30: Lemon Cake (PS5, PS4)
  • September 30: Let’s Build a Zoo (PS5, PS4)
  • September 30: PAW Patrol: Grand Prix (PS5, PS4)
  • September 30: Truck Driver: Premium Edition (PS5)

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PS5 & PS4 Games Coming Out In October 2022

If September looks set to get things rolling for 2022, then October is when the year really hits its stride. PS5 and PS4 owners will not be short of options over this month, and the releases cover a wide array of genres and styles. Overwatch 2 launches as a free-to-play game at the beginning of the month. Presuming it is well received, this will be one of the biggest gaming-related releases of the month.

October 2022 has a consistent schedule, with something major coming out every few days. DC fans who have been searching for something to fill in the Arkham-shaped hole in their hearts should keep an eye on Gotham Knights. After being a Switch exclusive for more than a year, No More Heroes 3 will be making its way to the PS5 and PS4. Dragon Ball: The Breakers takes the legendary anime property and gives it a Dead by Daylight makeover.

A Plague Tale: Requiem and Persona 5 Royal are both scheduled to come out on the PS5, while JRPG fans can also pick up Star Ocean: The Divine Force. Last but definitely not least, Modern Warfare 2 will be hitting the scene as the latest entry in the Call of Duty series.

PS5 & PS4 Games Coming Out In November 2022

November 2022 has barely started to take shape, yet the month already has a couple of the year’s biggest PlayStation releases. God of War Ragnarok is undoubtedly November’s standout project for PS5 and PS4 owners, as the sequel looks primed and ready to build on the fantastic work of its 2018 predecessor. Due to being cross-generation, the upcoming game’s advancements and improvements are unpredictable, but there are a number of things that the title could fine-tune.

Ragnarok is not the only major AAA game scheduled for November 2022 as Ubisoft’s Skull And Bones will be also debuting. The pirate-themed open-world project is set to come out just a day before Kratos’s next adventure, and these two titles might be able to keep players busy for the rest of the year on their own.

Square Enix has announced Tactics Ogre: Reborn, a remake of the classic 1995 tactical RPG (albeit based on the 2010 version of the game). The original’s reputation is well-earned, and the remake will be changing quite a few things to modernize the experience. For people looking for a turn-based strategy 4X game, Humankind will be coming to the PS5. The PC version garnered a positive reception, and hopefully, the console port retains that version’s magic.

Goat Simulator 3 will be injecting some chaos into November 2022’s PlayStation line-up. If the sequel is anywhere near as endearingly silly as the previous entry, the game should be a blast.

Major PS5 & PS5 Games Announced For Rest Of 2022

Few release dates have been announced for December 2022, with one of the few major titles being The Callisto Protocol. The sci-fi horror game has pedigree behind it as its director, Glen Schofield, worked on EA’s Dead Space.

For the rest of the calendar, things can and should change over the coming months since there are plenty of projects that have a tentative 2022 release planned. Some big titles are Deathverse: Let It Die and Scars Above. Whether these games actually come out before the end of the year remains to be seen, but releases do tend to ramp up as the months go by.

Gundam Evolution is an FPS game based within the popular Mecha universe. Anime fans should also keep an eye on One Piece Odyssey.

  • December 1: River City Girls 1 & 2 (PS5, PS4)
  • December 2: The Callisto Protocol (PS5, PS4)
  • December 8: Witch on the Holy Night (PS4)
  • December 16: Hello Neighbor 2 (PS5, PS4)
  • December 31: No Longer Human (PS5)
  • Abandoned (PS5)
  • AEW Fight Forever (Platforms TBA)
  • Arc Raiders (PS5, XBX/S, PC)
  • Arkanoid Eternal Battle (Platforms TBA)
  • Arctic Awakening (PS5, PS4)
  • Asterigos (PS5, PS4)
  • Atomic Heart (PS5, PS4)
  • Aztech Forgotten Gods (PS5, PS4)
  • Batora: Lost Haven (PS5, PS4)
  • Berserk Boy (PS5, PS4)
  • Blazing Strike (PS5, PS4)
  • Blood Bowl 3 (PS5, PS4)
  • Broken Pieces (PS5, PS4)
  • BROK the InvestiGator (PS5, PS4)
  • Clash: Artifacts of Chaos (PS5, PS4)
  • CONV/RGENCE: A League of Legends Story (Consoles & PC)
  • Cosmic (PS5, PS4)
  • Daymare: 1994 Sandcastle (PS5, PS4)
  • Deathverse: Let It Die (PS5, PS4)
  • Die by the Blade (PS5, PS4)
  • Dinos Reborn (PS5, PS4)
  • Disney Speedstorm (PS4)
  • Doraemon Story of Seasons: Friends of the Great Kingdom (PS5)
  • Dying: 1983 (PS5, PS4)
  • Earthlock 2 (PS5, PS4)
  • Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising (PS5, PS4)
  • Elderand (Platforms TBA)
  • Encased (Platforms TBA)
  • Escape Academy (PS5, PS4)
  • Far: Changing Tides (PS4)
  • Goodbye Volcano High (PS5, PS4)
  • Granblue Fantasy: Relink (PS5, PS4)
  • Gundam Evolution (PS5, PS4)
  • Hell is Us (PS5)
  • Instinction (PS5, PS4)
  • The Invincible (PS5)
  • Island of Winds (PS5)
  • KartRider: Drift (PS4)
  • Kerbal Space Program 2 (PS5)
  • Kitsune Tails (PS5, PS4)
  • Little Devil Inside (PS5, PS4)
  • Monark (PS5, PS4)
  • Moo Lander (PS5, PS4)
  • My Time at Sandrock (PS5, PS4)
  • NFS (Platforms TBA)
  • One Piece Odyssey (PS5, PS4)
  • Operation Highjump (PS4)
  • The Outbound Ghost (PS5, PS4)
  • Park Beyond (PS5)
  • Project Golden Nekker (Platforms TBA)
  • Read Only Memories: Neurodiver (PS5, PS4)
  • Ripout (PS5)
  • River City Girls Zero (PS5, PS4)
  • Rocksmith+ (PS5, PS4)
  • RWBY: Arrowfell (PS4)
  • SacriFire (PS5, PS4)
  • Scars Above (Platforms TBA)
  • Scathe (PS5, PS4)
  • Sea of Stars (Platforms TBA)
  • Shadow of Conspiracy: Section 2 (PS5)
  • Ship of Fools (Consoles & PC)
  • Six Days in Fallujah (PS5, PS4)
  • Sker Ritual (PS5)
  • Song of Nunu (PS5, PS4)
  • Sonic Frontiers (PS5, PS4, XBX/S, XBO, Switch, PC)
  • Spiderheck (PS5, PS4)
  • Star Trek: Resurgence (PS5, PS4)
  • Stray Blade (PS5)
  • SwapStar (PS5, PS4)
  • Sword and Fairy 7 (PS5, PS4)
  • Tchia (PS5, PS4)
  • The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (Platforms TBA)
  • There Is No Light (PS4)
  • Trifox (PS5, PS4)
  • Turbo Kid (Platforms TBA)
  • Turbo Overkill (PS5, PS4)
  • Valthirian Arc: Hero School Story 2 (PS5, PS4)
  • Vroom! – Obstacle Racing (PS5)
  • Wanted: Dead (PS5)
  • Warhammer 40,000: Shoots, Blood, & Teef (PS5, PS4)
  • War Hospital (PS5)
  • Where Winds Meet (Platforms TBA)
  • Whisker Squadron (Platforms TBA)
  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Complete Edition (PS5)
  • World of Outlaws (PS5)
  • WrestleQuest (PS5, PS4)
  • Yuppie Psycho: Executive Edition (PS5, PS4)

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Major Games In Development With No Release Year Or A Post-2022 Estimation

Some of the biggest games currently in development have yet to give any inkling about when a release can be expected. Final Fantasy 16 and Persona 6 will hit the market in due time, but the futures of games like Deep Down and Wild are more uncertain. Projects such as the new BioShock and TimeSplitters are presumably still multiple years away from a release, and The Elder Scrolls 6‘s PlayStation future is uncertain due to Starfield‘s Xbox exclusivity.

Alan Wake 2, Assassin’s Creed Infinity, and Beyond Good and Evil 2, are some of the biggest games in the works, all of which will attract plenty of attention once they debut. Most of these titles are presumably a few years away, although there is always a chance they could be announced for 2022. Hideo Kojima’s next project, Slitterhead, is also on the way.

EA’s Dead Space Remake has been confirmed for an early 2023 release, so the year should be starting with a terrifying bag. Hopefully, this announcement is a sign of exciting things to come.

Rumored PS5 & PS4 Games

Rumors should always be taken with a grain of salt; that said, speculating about what unrevealed titles are secretly in development for the PS5 can be a lot of fun. While nothing has been confirmed, Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2, Grand Theft Auto 6, and Marvel Spider-Man 2 are fairly safe bets.

With the PS5 picking up momentum, rumors have started making the rounds as people begin to speculate on what games they would love to see make an appearance on the console. Could these releases take the form of long-overdue sequels? Much needed remakes? Or could there be some new IP in the works that will become the new GTA?

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