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Sony saving the big games for PS5

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PS4 is one of the best-selling consoles of recent years, but with Sony releasing the PlayStation 5 in November 2020, a growing list of games will be skipping the popular gaming machine in 2021.

The PS4 already boasts a long list of impressive games that will remain popular with console owners for years to come. However, while the gaming machine remains one of the best-selling in recent years, the arrival of the PlayStation 5 means that many future releases will skip it. This is an eventual part of the console’s lifecycle, and there is some good news for gamers who aren’t ready, or having trouble, buying a PS5 in 2021. The PlayStation 4 has been available to buy in the UK since 2013, and it took much longer for Sony to replace it than what happened with the PS1, PS2 and PS3. The long time on the shelf meant that visual quality started to fall behind the PC platform, but that didn’t stop Sony from releasing some amazing games,

First-party exclusives for the PS4 included some of the best-reviewed titles on the market, including the likes of Ghost of Tsushima, The Last of Us Part 2, Final Fantasy 7 Remake and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.

Many of these games ended up being given away for free as part of the PlayStation Plus subscription service, while others, like Days Gone, remain available to buy exclusively through the PlayStation Store.

Some of these titles, like the one mentioned above, will eventually arrive on the PC platform, but will never make the jump to the likes of Nintendo Switch and Xbox Series X.

The PS4 and PS5 consoles are out now
God of War proved a huge hit

And many others will make the jump to the new PlayStation 5 console, with most available via backwards compatibility.

The big news is that Sony is also providing free upgraded versions of games that are available both on the PS4 and PS5.

A good example of this is Miles Morales and Sackboy: A Big Adventure, both of which come with better specs on the PlayStation 5.

But there are also next-gen exclusives that won’t be available on the PlayStation 4.

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Gran Turismo 7 could arrive in 2022 (Image: SONY)

It’s a growing list, and the PS5 already has some notable exclusives that can’t be played in 2021 on the PS4.

Sony has saved some notable projects to be showcased on the PlayStation 5 only, including Demon’s Soul and Astro’s Playroom, both of which have been reviewed well.

These can be downloaded and played right now and will soon be joined by other big juicy games.


Some big games are being saved for the PlayStation 5, meaning they will not be available on the PS4, or PS4 Pro consoles.

And when they do arrive, they could help Sony sell plenty of new consoles as there are some huge names to mention.

God of War was a huge hit on the PS4 and now Sony is saving God of War: Ragnarok for the PlayStation 5.

The PS5 console remains hard to buy in 2021

The PS5 console remains hard to buy in 2021 (Image: SONY)

While it doesn’t have a release date, Ragnarok is expected to arrive in 2021 as a first-party exclusive.

Continuing the story of Kratos, Ragnorok will be a massive draw for those who enjoy the 2018 remake.

Speaking about the return of God of War on PS5, Kevin Zuhn, Creative Director, Young Horses shared this”

“I need to know what happens in the saga of Kratos and Boy. It’s rare that I finish a game and still feel excited by the prospect of more, but that’s God of War 2018 for me.

“There are so many worlds left to visit, so many mythological beings to axe, so many grumbly dad jokes to tell! I don’t know when exactly that’ll be, but I’m vibrating in anticipation of finding out.”

Courtesy: Express.co.uk