Full Recap of the PS5 Event Reveals Price and Release Date


At the PlayStation 5 showcase, Sony gives out information about games as well as pricing and a release date for the new console. I’ve added the full video below if that’s what you want, but the main highlights are that the PS5 will be available in the US, Japan, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea on November 12 and it will be released for the rest of the world on November 19. The all-digital version of the console will cost $399, and the version with a disc drive will run for $499.

To start off check out the Final Fantasy XVI. The game will be a PlayStation exclusive, but I’m starting to think all exclusives are only for a limited time. The next game was Spider-Man: Miles Morales which is set to release Holiday 2020. The game takes place in Harlem one year after Spider-Man. Hogwarts Legacy is the next game, and it’s a Harry Potter RPG that takes place in the late 1800s. Next is Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War releasing Holiday 2020. Resident Evil Village is the next game shown off in a creepy trailer. It’s set to release in 2021.

Deathloop will release in Q2 2021. This game is the one that sticks out the most as it is said to be yet another PlayStation exclusive. Here’s a launch title for fans: Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition. The game will be available digitally at release. We also got a look at Oddworld: Soulstorm. Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach was next with a horrifying teaser. The Demon’s Souls remake is next. Fortnite was revealed to be a launch title. and at last, God of War: Ragnarok closed things out with a 2021 release confirmed.

One more bit of info was the announcement of the PlayStation Plus Collection. This is a service for PS Plus subscribers with a PS5 that gives them access to a wide range of PS4 titles on the PS5. This will be available at launch. Games included feature God of War, Bloodborne, Monster Hunter World, and Fallout 4.

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