Sony sets the price of some PS5 launch titles at £70

Sony has confirmed UK pricing for the PlayStation 5 launch lineup – and some of the games cost £70. Demon's Souls, Destruction AllStars, and Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition all cost £69.99. Meanwhile, Sackboy A Big Adventure costs £59.99, and the standard version of Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales costs £51.99. Read more Go to […]

PS5 pre-order – here’s where you can secure your PlayStation 5

Now that the latest PlayStation 5 Showcase has wrapped up, retailers have put their PS5 pre-order pages live so you can already secure yourself the next-gen console. The PS5 isn’t scheduled for release until 12th November in the US and 19th November in UK/Europe, but here’s your chance to nab one from day one of […]

Here’s everything Sony announced during tonight’s PlayStation 5 showcase

Sony's big PlayStation 5 showcase event is finished and we now know what we were desperate to know: a release date and a price. But before we get to that, let's round up everything Sony showed off during its event. Things kicked off super strong with the announcement of Final Fantasy 16 – a console […]

Demon’s Souls and Spider-Man Miles Morales will be PS5 launch games

Sony has confirmed its first-party launch line-up for PS5. The two headliners are Bluepoint's Demon's Souls remake and Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales from Insomanic Games – with the latter confirmed to also be a PS4 game. Elsewhere there's Destruction AllStars from Lucid Games / XDEV, and Sackboy: A Big Adventure from Sumo Digital / XDEV. […]

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War trailer shows off the campaign

Here’s a look at the campaign in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. During today’s PS5 Showcase, Activision showed off a campaign trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. Titled Nowhere Left to Run, the video shows just a small part of the first level of the campaign. In this mission, you […]

Final Fantasy 16 and Demon’s Souls PC Announcements Were Just Mysteriously Scrubbed

During today’s PS5 event Final Fantasy 16 and Demon’s Souls were announced for PC alongside PlayStation 5. But now it’s become unclear what the PC release details are looking like for either of those two titles. During today’s PS5 event, trailers for both Final Fantasy 16 and Demon’s Souls included small print at the end that indicated some kind of release on PC. You can see the small print as captured below. However, since those trailers went live any mention of a PC release for both Final Fantasy 16 and Demon’s Souls appear to have been mysteriously scrubbed. In the case of FF 16, Square Enix asked IGN to remove mention of PC from our initial FF 16 news story, and when asked for a statement a Square Enix spokesperson said, “We have no further information on if Final Fantasy XVI will be released on platforms other than the PS5.” As for Demon's Souls, IGN has been told that the text, “stating the remake would be coming to PC and “other consoles” was included in error.” Indeed, the FF 16 trailer no longer includes any small print that indicates another platform besides the PS5. And the Demon’s Souls trailer has been taken down as of the time of this report. [ignvideo url=””] For now it seems the PC release for either FF 16 and Demon’s Souls has become murkier. For more on today’s big PS5 announcements, check out IGN’s Everything Announced blog and the PS5 price and release date. [poilib element=”accentDivider”] Matt T.M. Kim is a reporter for IGN.

Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition coming to PS5 and Xbox Series X

Announced today during the PS5 Showcase was Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition. Capcom is kicking off the new console generation with Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition. This edition comes with new features and game modes in addition to the “heavily requested” arrival of Vergil as a playable character. With this version, you can […]

PlayStation Plus Collection brings a selection of PS4 games to PS5 at launch

Sony's just announced a curated selection of great PS4 games that you'll be able to download and play on PS5 on launch day. It's called the PlayStation Plus Collection. A lot of the games are from PS4's first party – expect Uncharted 4, Infamous, The Last Guardian and that sort of thing. There's also Fallout, […]