Compared to what we’ve come to expect from Sony where its yearly output of single player games is concerned, 2023 has been a light year, with the recently released Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 being its only major release this year. With no major single player release officially confirmed for 2024 either – with the exception of Team Ninja’s Rise of the Ronin – should we expect next year to be a lighter one as well?
Well, it seems Sony might have some releases in the pipeline that we don’t yet know about in an official capacity. That’s as per game developer shinobi602 – who currently works at Wushu Studios – who said in a recent post on ResetEra that Sony has “other stuff” planned for 2024 besides the aforementioned Rise of the Ronin and Death Stranding 2 (which, curiously enough, doesn’t actually have an official 2024 launch window), before adding, “Whether it makes it or not is another question of course.”
As opposed to how recent years have gone, not much is currently known about what single player games Sony’s first party studios are currently working on, or what could launch in 2024. Reports have said that Marvel’s Wolverine is targeting a Fall 2024 release, though it remains to be seen whether that’s a target Insomniac will be able to hit, having just put out Marvel’s Spider-Man 2. Meanwhile, leaks have also claimed that SIE Santa Monica Studio is working on DLC for God of War Ragnarok.