PS5 launch games revealed – all the PlayStation 5 titles you can get on day one
SONY’S new PlayStation 5 console is out this week, and we now know all of the next-gen games that will be available on the PlayStation 5 at launch.
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Spider-Man: Miles Morales is one of several blockbuster PS5 launch titles[/caption]
Next-gen remakes of classic games like Demon Soul will also join the powerful console’s lineup of launch titles.
Death Stranding, the latest title from legendary games-maker Hideo Kokima, is also getting a PS5 release.
Each game will take full advantage of the console’s gorgeous graphics, hyper-fast loading times and overhauled controller.
We’ve summed up all of the confirmed PS5 launch titles below.
PS5 Games List
Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla – The next Assassin’s Creed game will be set in the world of the Vikings. You’ll raid 9th Century English towns and villages on a quest to find a new home for your family. The game is out on Xbox One, PS4, PC, Xbox Series X and PS5 on November 10.
Astro’s Playroom – This 3D platformer comes pre-loaded onto every PS5 console. It’s simple and a bit of fun, and gives gamers the chance to play something the moment they power up their new machines.
Borderlands 3 – Borderlands 3 came out last year but is hitting next-gen consoles at launch. Set on the manic planet Pandora, the game has players complete various missions to gain experience points. Those who own the game on Xbox One or PS4 get an upgrade to the next-gen version for free.
Cyberpunk 2077 – Not quite a release game, but it’s close enough! Unveiled at E3 2019, Cyberpunk 2077 is an RPG set in a futuristic, dystopian California. It’s out December 10.
Demon’s Souls – Demon’s Souls came out in 2009 and captured players hearts with its brutally difficult combat and punishing bosses. The game is getting a PS5 remake out releasing on launch day.
Destiny 2: Beyond Light – Another one that came out on PS4 but is getting a beefed-up PS5 version at launch. The Sci-Fi shooter incorporates role-playing and massively multiplayer online game (MMO) elements.
Destruction AllStars – Destruction Allstars is a full-throttle monster truck game out on the PS5 at launch. It looks like a great option for adrenaline junkies, and anyone who likes smashing things.
FIFA 21 – EA Sports’ latest football game came out earlier this month and will also launch on the PS5 and Xbox Series X.
Fortnite – Everyone’s favourite battle royale shooter is back with a bang, hitting both the PS5 and Xbox Series X at launch. The game will be optimised to take full advantage of the consoles’ beefy specs, developer Epic Games says.
NBA 2K21 – Everyone’s favourite basketball video game is back and it’ll be hitting the PS5 and Xbox Series X with next-gen graphis.
Sackboy: A Big Adventure – The PS5 is getting a new Sackboy game, starring the iconic character from LittleBigPlanet. Like entries to the LittleBigPlanet series, it’s a fun, colourful platformer.
Spider-Man: Miles Morales – The PlayStation-exclusive Spider-Man reboot was a huge success when it launched in 2018, with more than 9million gamers picking up a copy. The sequel is confirmed for a PS5 launch release, and follows the story of 15-year-old Miles Morales, a superhero friend of Peter Parker’s.
PlayStation releases – what’s the history?
Here’s what you need to know…
- The original PlayStation launched in Europe in 1995
- This was followed by the PlayStation 2 in the year 2000
- The PlayStation 3 arrived over half a decade later, in 2006
- Then gamers had to wait a further seven years for 2013’s PS4 launch
- Sony has announced it will release the PS5 in November 2020
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In other news, Sony recently confirmed that more PS5 pre-orders are on the way.
The next-gen machine sold out within minutes when pre-orders launched on September 17.
And, a PlayStation fan has created an “all black” PS5 that disappointed gamers think looks much better than the real thing.
Are you excited for the new PS5? Let us know in the comments!
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