It seems a recent leak has given us a look at a few upcoming additions to the PlayStation Store. Listings for both a Final Fantasy VII Remake demo and Patapon 2 have been uncovered by Gamstat, a website that tracks PSN listings and game sales.
Considering it’s easily one of the most hyped games for 2020, a demo of Final Fantasy VII Remake wouldn’t be particularly surprising. A demo, which features a small snippet of the opening mission and the game’s first boss fight, has been brought to various game shows to show the game off. It seems likely that they’ll be putting the demo up on the PlayStation Network to drum up hype for the remake, although it could be a different demo entirely. With no current timeframe or details beyond the existence of the demo, we’ll have to wait and see.
As for Patapon 2, this is the PSP sequel to the original rhythm/RTS mash-up game. Originally released in 2009, the game has you controlling an army by hitting various drum notes in tune with the beat. By changing which notes you hit, you’d also change which orders you gave the little eyeballs that made up your army. It’s not too much of a stretch to believe the game will be getting re-released on the PlayStation 4, as the original Patapon saw a re-release on the console back in 2017.
The website also uncovered Immortal Legacy: Console Edition. Released earlier this year, Immortal Legacy: The Jade Cipher is a PSVR game that combines elements from the Resident Evil and Uncharted series of games. What this console edition would be is still a mystery, though it may possibly be a non-VR version of the game.
While there’s no word on when we can expect Patapon 2, Final Fantasy VII Remake will be launching exclusively on PlayStation 4 March 3rd, 2020.