Demon’s Souls Remake Timed Console Exclusive On PS5, Also Coming To PC

Ruben Fields
September 18, 2020

Over one million viewers tuned in to today's PlayStation 5 event, all in hopes of receiving the long-awaited release information. As with some of the finest remakes and remasters of this generation (and indeed last), the experts at Bluepoint Games - the studio behind polishing up God of War Collection, Shadow of the Colossus, and Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection - have been handed the reins, and the results look absolutely wonderful. Sony said it will launch PS4 versions of a few exclusive titles designed for the PlayStation 5, including "Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales", "Sackboy: A Big Adventure" and "Horizon Forbidden West". Either way, it at least doesn't look like the added games with increase the cost of the subscription for everyone which is nice.

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For Ubisoft, its games will continue using the $59.99 standard through the end of 2020, but no comment was made about what the company plans to do after its current titles are out the door. Here's the full list of things you can get to go with your console, as taken from the PlayStation Blog. There will also still be plenty of games releasing at lower price points too, like $20, $30, and $40 smaller experiences and remakes. It's not yet clear which games are involved in this unlucky minority of titles that didn't make the cut. but it doesn't sound like any of our firm favourites have been left out of the PS5 party.

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