- Jul 12, 2006
holy crap that thing is yuuuuuge
Yeah the hands on people said it was cool to the touch and quiet.I have heard that it does run pretty cool and not as noisy. I'm sure there will be a redesign of it later.
I don't know exactly why, although that doesn't necessarily mean Sony lacked reasons for the larger console. It might run cooler, or that custom SSD controller may have played into it.
- Afro Samurai 2 Revenge of Kuma Volume One
- TT Isle of Man - Ride on the Edge 2
- Just Deal With It!
- Shadow Complex Remastered
- Robinson: The Journey
- We Sing
- Hitman Go: Definitive Edition
- Joe's Diner
Mortal Kombat 11 is now a launch game? Come on, that game has been out for 1.5 years...6 launch titles and I believe Astrobot is free. And other than Demon Souls, the rest are just PS4 ports. And hell Demon Souls is pretty much a port but more of a remaster. Holy shit this is such a pathetic launch lineup.
Unless I am misunderstanding a bit. I thought all non-bold were "launch window" games as denoted by that footnote but I think they are just exclusives. But all of those games definitely aren't out at launch but it does appear more than the 6 bolded are releasing at launch.
And cyberpunk is a ps4 game, no Ps5 upgrades until an unknown date. Also maneater? Really? That list has a lot of ps4 titles getting upgrades. I don’t think they should count thoseMortal Kombat 11 is now a launch game? Come on, that game has been out for 1.5 years...
It seems to me the Upgrade column has no relation to the dates. The PS5 upgrade for Yakuza Like A Dragon is confirmed for March 2021, but it is releasing for PS4 next month. Far Cry 6 is releasing Feb 2021. Witcher 3 upgrade has no release date AFAIK.
This console launch is mostly just a QOL improvement, which is not a bad thing IMO since it will be pretty massive.
I’m counting games that are getting a stand alone ps5 release. Just not games that require you to buy the ps4 game and it gets an update.That is being way too generous lol.
I thought everything on that left column was a true PS5 game - so you're saying the "upgrades" are on there too?I’m counting games that are getting a stand alone ps5 release. Just not games that require you to buy the ps4 game and it gets an update.
Assassins creed, CoD, Madden, NBA, Dirt5, Astro’s playroom, sack boy,Demon’s Souls, Godfall, Spider-Man Miles Morales.
I understand though if you don’t want to count many of them because you are essentially getting a PS4 game with some upgrades and they packaged it into a new box. That’s fine.
Basically "launch window" is some bs arbitrary term that can mean whatever they want it to mean. The devs said it was a launch window title so who knows wtf that means.I take it Rachet & Clank was delayed given that it's not on the list?
Maneater is already out. It’s on ps4 and the developer says they will add ray tracing for new consoles at launch.I thought everything on that left column was a true PS5 game - so you're saying the "upgrades" are on there too?
Not saying you are wrong or anything but that isn't how I took it.
I thought the middle column meant that you would get the free upgrade to the PS5 version if you had a digital version of the PS4 version.
The fact we are even having this discussion shows how fucking stupid and convoluted this upcoming generation is.
Ah, that's a bummer. I was thinking their idea of launch window was meant to include games released until around the end of the year, but given the release of the console, that's not even two months. So, I guess it makes sense.Basically "launch window" is some bs arbitrary term that can mean whatever they want it to mean. The devs said it was a launch window title so who knows wtf that means.
Ratchet and clank not being on that list and knowing it's not coming this year is disappointing. In reality for some reason I always expected it around March or so. It always seems like huge games come out around March or used to for Sony, so I'm guessing that will be their big spring release.