The PS5 doesn’t release for over a month, but Japanese YouTube creator Pocky Sweets was one lucky player who already got his hands on one, and he showcased new gameplay in a video. Not only do we see an extended look at some of the system’s launch games, but we also get to see just how massive the console really is.
Placed vertically in the video, the YouTube Gaming team had the console on top of a table so it would be easier to see, but we’re also not entirely sure it would fit in the entertainment center that housed the television. You may need to move some things around to get your system to fit in your setup.
The first game on display in the video is Astro’s Playroom, which comes pre-installed on every PS5. The 3D platformer is designed to showcase the controller’s unique features, and its structure
Yesterday, Counterplay Games and Gearbox released pricing detailing on their upcoming PS5 exclusive Godfall. Normally, this wouldn’t have been major news, because the price of a new AAA game has been stable for years. But change is in the air, and Godfall will come in at $69.99 for its standard edition, following Sony and other publishers in what is likely to be a permanent move to $70 as a standard price for a next-gen AAA games.
This was bound to happen once Sony announced its pricing for next-gen exclusives, in essence giving publishers like Gearbox permission to tick their prices up as well. reason for publishers raising the price of these games is, on one level, simple: because they can. They believe that people will still buy and play these games in relatively equivalent numbers if they cost $10 more, and that any potential losses will be