It’s no secret that the next generation of consoles and video games is just around the corner, and 2020 could be the key year to watch PlayStation 5 and Xbox Scarlett in stores. With such a short window of time, one can suspect that previous games announced for PS4 and that they have not yet fixed release date could have gone to the next generation.
According to Sony, this is not the case. Both The Last of Us: Part II and Ghost of Tsushima and Death Stranding are still defined as exclusive to PS4, as can be read in a recent presentation by the company. The source also does not talk about any game that can be moved to PS5.
Clarified this, it is important to mention that among the confirmed features of PS5 is the backward compatibility, which means that even if these games are not being developed specifically for PS5, we should be able to run them from this platform anyway.