The PS5 has been a rampant success since its November launch, fully capitalising on people’s hunger for the next generation of consoles after the unrequited success of PS4. Along with the most powerful PlayStation console ever built, several returning exclusive franchises return. The biggest title at launch was Spider-Man: Miles Morales, the follow-up to the PS4’s hugely successful web-slinging adventure, Marvel’s Spider-Man. However, there’s now plenty more to enjoy, including Returnal, Demon’s Souls, Sackboy: A Big Adventure, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart and Astro’s Playroom, the last of which comes pre-loaded on the console.
Though the PS5 promises enough exclusives to keep you going right the way through the console’s entire lifespan, it will also of course play host to versions of third-party games that will benefit from faster framerates and higher-fidelity visuals. Some of the best examples include FIFA 22 and Call of Duty: Vanguard, two of the year’s biggest franchises getting their first outings on the new generation of consoles. No matter if it’s scoring last-minute winners against your mates or teaming up in a thrilling match of Headquarters in Vanguard, the PS5 is the best way to enjoy all this.
Almost every PS4 game was made readily backwards compatible on the PS5 from launch, making it easy for new purchasers to dive into their existing libraries. However, Sony also granted PS5 owners access tro The PlayStation Plus Collection, a library function that gives every subscriber to Sony’s PS5 online subscription access to several huge PS4 titles, absolutely free. These include God of War, Days Gone, Uncharted 4, The Last Guardian and many more! The collection represents a staggering amount of value.
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