PlayStation Showcase Games Surface Online in a Controversial Leak
The PlayStation Showcase is just around the corner, and we can’t wait for it. However, with a week to go, this year’s event has taken an interesting turn, as a supposed leak on Twitter has surfaced, claiming to reveal a list of games that will be showcased during the event.
While many fans, due to the excitement are eager to believe and speculate about the leak, others remain skeptical about its authenticity. The alleged list showcases the games along with their respective publishers.
The leak comes from a Twitter account, with the handle @srb_photo, which posted an image containing a huge list of games to be shown at the PlayStation Showcase on May 24th. The leaked list features an impressive lineup of titles from renowned publishers and developers, most of which we already know of.
Here is a breakdown of the leaked game list along with the publishers for each title:
- The Last of Us Factions (Naughty Dog)
- Twisted Metal (Firesprite)
- Pragmata (Capcom)
- Resident Evil 4 VR (Capcom)
- Snake Eater: Subsequent (Virtuos Studios/Konami)
- Silent Hill 2 (Bloober Team/Konami)
- Mortal Kombat 1 (NetherRealm Studios/Warner Bros.)
- FINAL FANTASY VII REBIRTH (Square Enix)
- Disney Domination (Square Enix)
- Astro’s Conquest (Team Asobi)
- Half-Life: Alyx (Valve)
- Death Stranding 2 (Kojima Productions)
- Stellar Blade (SHIFT UP Corporation)
- Hades II (Supergiant Games)
- Darkest Dungeon 2 (Red Hook Studios)
- Goodbye Volcano High (КО_ОР)
- The Dishwasher Collection (SKA Studio)
- Ghost of a Tale 2 (SeithCG)
- Lost Soul Aside (UltiZeroGames)
- Killzone (Firewalk)
- Ghost of Komokuro (Sucker Punch)
- Helldivers 2 (Arrowhead Game Studios)
- Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 (Insomniac Games)
- Darkside (Santa Monica Studio)
From the list, we can clearly see how we already knew about all of the games listed above beforehand, and so, as with any leak, it is crucial to approach the information with a grain of salt.
The Twitter account responsible for the leak, @srb_photo, does not have a verified track record of accurate leaks, raising doubts about its credibility. Some argue that the leaked image appears fabricated, potentially making it a publicity stunt. But it is worth noting that leaks have come in the past that turned out to be accurate, making it essential to consider all possibilities.
While the leaked game list includes several highly anticipated titles, such as “The Last of Us Factions,” “Half-Life: Alyx,” and “Marvel’s Spider-Man 2,” it is important to keep our expectations in check until official confirmation is provided.
While some gamers eagerly anticipate the inclusion of their favorite titles, others approach the leak with skepticism due to its questionable source. Whether the leak holds any truth or not, it has undoubtedly added to the excitement leading up to the showcase.
This is all we know for now but rest assured that we will keep you updated as new information becomes available.