The PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series S / X are now available worldwide – although we’re still waiting for a release date for Sony’s next-gen console in India – and that means many new games have been released on the side. A new console makes no sense if the powerful hardware cannot be fully used. With that in mind, we’ve made a list of all launch titles available for PS5 and Xbox Series S / X. We also do not list any backward compatible titles. These are all games designed specifically for next-generation consoles. And when we say “exclusive” it means they’re exclusive to PS5 or Xbox Series S / X. They may also be available elsewhere: PC, PS4, Xbox One, or Nintendo Switch. With that in mind, every new game that launches on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series S / X is available here.
Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales
The title teenager is the star of Insomniac Games’ next Spider-Man game, set in wintry New York about a year after the events of Marvel’s Spider-Man. Miles sits between a high-tech criminal army called Underground and Roxxon Energy Corporation, which is building a new reactor in Harlem, Miles’ new home.
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Marvel’s Spider-Man remastered
If you’ve never played Insomniac’s original Spider-Man game on the PS4, you can now on the PS5 with this updated offering that promises ray tracing and an optional 4K 60fps “Performance Mode”. There is only one problem: it is not available on its own. You need to buy Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition.
This 3D platformer is essentially a showcase of the PlayStation 5’s new DualSense controller, including haptic feedback, adaptive triggers, motion sensor, speakers, microphone and touchpad. Astros Playroom also pays homage to the 25-year history of PlayStation and contains allusions to some exclusive PlayStation Studios. And oh, it’s free and preinstalled on every PS5.
Sackboy: A great adventure
Another 3D platformer set in the LittleBigPlanet universe that follows the title character as he confronts an almost mythical creature who has kidnapped his friends. Sackboy: With A Big Adventure you can also play with three of your friends in co-op multiplayer.
The final PlayStation Studios Exclusive to launch is a remake of a 2009 PlayStation classic that promises lots of “YOU DIED” screens as you slip into your armor and defeat monsters of all shapes and sizes in a foggy, dark fantasy Country Boletaria. For what’s worth it, you can call your friends to help you and kill demons together.
It is your job to save the world – divided into five areas: earth, water, air, fire and spirit – in this close combat role-playing game from the third person as one of the last “Valorian knights”. As you hack and cut your way through the enemies thrown at you, you will receive 12 types of legendary armor known as “valorplates”. Godfall can be played alone or with three players in co-op mode.
Exclusive Xbox Series S / X.
Tetris Effect: Connected
The only new version from Xbox Game Studios is this cooperative and competitive multiplayer version of Tetris that also has everything that people loved about the original Tetris effect. The visual and acoustic background changes over time and is accompanied by a variety of noises, with your Tetris pieces exploding when you line them up.
Yakuza: Like a dragon
Microsoft has secured the next Yakuza title as a time-controlled exclusive for next-generation consoles – also for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. The PS5 version won’t be available until March 2021. Yakuza: Like a Dragon turns real-time combat by system and introduces a turn-based one that lets you control four teammates and throw objects near you while you try to survive.
Gears Tactics is a top-down turn-based version of Microsoft’s popular Gears franchise and takes place 12 years before the first Gears of War game. It’s like Gears meeting XCOM and tasking you with saving humanity and defying the relentless horde of locusts. Originally developed for Windows 10, it is now available for both the Xbox One and the new Xbox Series S / X.
“Optimized for Xbox Series X / S”
As part of its plans to update several Xbox Game Studios titles for the new consoles, Microsoft is releasing updated versions of several Xbox One titles: the arcade racer Forza Horizon 4, which is set in parts of the UK, the third-person shooter Gears 5 , the learners. The pirate adventure Sea of Thieves itself and the side scrolling platformer Ori and the will of the wisps.
Both PS5 and Xbox Series S / X.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
In its new open world role-playing game, Ubisoft asks you to build a Viking settlement in 9th century England by attacking, raiding and looting massive forts and forming alliances. Besides this, you can take part in all sorts of side quests, including drinking competitions and rap battles. It’s a giant of a game and you won’t if you plan to explore every corner of its world.
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Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War
The new CoD game isn’t exactly a launch title, as technically it won’t be released until Friday. It is a direct sequel to the original 2010 Call of Duty: Black Ops, whose campaign was wanted as a CIA agent for a Soviet spy in the early 1980s. At this point, CoD games are of course more about multiplayer, which supports up to 40 players and cross-platform play.
The only new next-generation racing game – made by Codemasters – is also one of the few games that supports 4K at 120 fps, provided your TV can handle it. Dirt 5 is entirely focused on off-road racing and features many cars (over 700) and locations (Brazil, Morocco, China, Italy, Norway, and the US). And yes, four-player split-screen multiplayer is back.
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Guard dogs: Legion
A dystopian London in the near future is the setting for Ubisoft’s third Watch Dogs game that you can play like anyone else. Literally. Hover your mouse over a citizen of the English capital, recruit them for your hacktivist force, and be on your way. There’s no shortage of enemies, including a militarized private police force, a mysterious rival hacking group, and a technical genius.
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While these titles are some of the biggest titles for next-gen consoles, many other games for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S are also available at launch. Here is a short list in tabular form –
|title||PlayStation 5||Xbox Series S / X.|
|ARK: evolved survival||No||Yes (free with Xbox Game Pass)|
|Border areas 3||Yes||Yes|
|Bugsnax||Yes (free with PS Plus)||No|
|Dead in daylight||Yes||Yes|
|Destiny 2: Beyond Light||Yes||Yes (free with Xbox Game Pass)|
|Devil May Cry 5 special edition||Yes||Yes|
|Fourteen days||Yes (F2P)||Yes (F2P)|
|Grounded||No||Yes (free with Xbox Game Pass)|
|Observer: System Redux||Yes||Yes|
|Overcooked! As much as you can eat||Yes||Yes|
|Planet Coaster: Console Edition||Yes||Yes|
|The tourist||Yes||Yes (free with Xbox Game Pass)|
|Warhammer: Chaosbane Slayer Edition||Yes||Yes|
|WRC 9 FIA World Rally Championship||Yes||Yes|
|Yes, your grace||No||Yes|
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