Status: Unannounced, but seemingly inevitable given the success of Marvel's Spider-Man on PS4
Another seemingly inevitable sequel, Marvel's Spider-Man 2, or whatever it happens to be called, would almost certainly be a PS5 title. The seriously impressive success of Marvel's Spider-Man on PS4 will have already been enough to greenlight this hypothetical project, and as long as it's something that Sony and Marvel want (why wouldn't they?) then it's going to happen. It's also worth noting that Spider-Man developer Insomniac Games is now owned by Sony. Word on the street also suggests this game is coming "sooner than you think".
Status: Announced for PS5
EA was planning an "innovative new direction" for NBA Live 20, but it ultimately decided to cancel the project in preparation for the PS5. It's now planning a basketball simulation which spotlights "social connectivity, accessibility, and player creativity" for Sony's next-gen machine.
Status: Announced for PS5 and PS4
Polish developer People Can Fly knows how to make killer first-person shooters, and in this collaboration with Square Enix it’ll be pointing its sights at the PS5. Promising a one-to-three player drop-in-drop-out co-op experience, Outriders is set in an original “dark and desperate sci-fi universe”.
Status: Announced for PS4, but with no release window, a PS5 version seems very likely
Another Blizzard title that has no release window, Overwatch 2 is in development for PS4, but we can't see this thing launching before the PS5 hits the market. We'd put our money on this being a cross-gen game.
Status: Unannounced, but likely considering what dev team is working on
The Playroom is a pre-installed game on PS4 that's designed to show off the new bells and whistles of the console and its controller. It's been confirmed that the development team is working on short demos for PS5, so we think it's highly likely these could turn into The Playroom 2. We wouldn't be at all surprised to see it on our PS5's menus when we boot it up.