Status: Announced for PS4, but given development progress, an additional PS5 release seems plausible
Ghost of Tsushima finally has a release window -- although recent reports suggest that it was initially set to launch in the first half of 2020 before it was pushed back to accommodate for The Last of Us: Part II's delay. We don't quite know how far into development the game is, and so a PS5 version, whether it's a cross-gen launch or an enhanced edition that hits after the PS4 release, seems feasible. Again, this one is dependent on developer Sucker Punch and Sony's management of the project, but we're willing to bet that a lot of these later PS4 games are going to be carried over to the next generation in some way.
Status: Announced for PS5
There's no picking this one apart -- Godfall is the first game to be officially unveiled as a next-gen title. It's in development at Counterplay Games and will be published by Gearbox as a PS5 console exclusive. Set to arrive in Holiday 2020, it looks like this looter-slasher will be one of the launch titles you'll be able to play on day one.
Status: Unannounced, but seemingly inevitable
We already know that developer Sony Santa Monica is working on its next project, and given the outstanding success of God of War on PS4, a sequel is inevitable. Taking into account the development time of a potential project like this, it's reasonably safe to say that it'll launch on the PS5.
Status: Announced for PS5 and PS4
Ubisoft’s whimsical storybook adventure Gods & Monsters was scheduled to release at the start of 2019, but it never seemed likely to hit it. The title has since been delayed, and the French publisher has confirmed that it’s currently in development for both the PS5 and PS4.
Status: Unannounced, but in development
Guerrilla Games is a huge studio, packing over 400 employees these days. While it’s likely working on a sequel to Horizon: Zero Dawn, then, there’s also strong speculation it has a new multiplayer project in the works. The Dutch developer re-hired the director of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege to work on an online-focused project, and given Sony’s vocal interest in multiplayer games, it’s likely that this will be a PS5 launch title designed to fill a hole.