Sony announced the price and release date of the PlayStation 5

Today, September 17, 2020, Sony held the second major launch of the PlayStation 5.

On it, the company focused on the launch line of console games and also announced the release date, cost and details of pre-orders of new products. The duration of the broadcast was 40 minutes.

The show’s first announcement is Final Fantasy XVI. The game will be released on PS5 and PC.

Spider-Man: Miles Morales 7-Minute Demo. No exact release date yet.

In addition, Sony has confirmed that “Spider-Man: Miles Morales” will be released not only on the PlayStation 5, but also on the PS4. Miles will sell for $ 50, and the $ 70 Ultimate Edition includes a remaster of the original PS5 game.

WB Games announced the Hogwarts Legacy role-playing game in the Harry Potter universe at the Sony show. The action takes place at the end of the 19th century at Hogwarts. Released in 2021.

Raven showed an excerpt from the Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War story mission, along with which it confirmed open alpha testing of multiplayer – it will begin on September 18 only on PS4.

Capcom has announced a special edition of Devil May Cry 5. Yes, Verligius will finally be playable and will be released at the launch of the PlayStation 5.

Other features of the new version include a turbo mode, the legendary Dark Knight, ray tracing, 120 FPS, and so on.

Ray tracing can be turned on in either 4K at 30 FPS or 1080p at 60 FPS. If you turn off the newfangled effect, the game will run up to 120 FPS.

Gameplay demo of the Demon’s Souls remake with the canon ending!

God of War 2 will be released in 2021. Ragnarok is coming!

With the launch of the PlayStation 5, it looks like PS Plus will start providing access to a variety of games from the PS4. We are waiting for details.

PlayStation 5 plus

PS5 launches on November 12 in the US, Japan, Korea, Australia, and November 19 in the rest of the world. The Digital Version costs $399 and the floppy version costs $499.

Author: John Kessler
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