15 Most Amazing PS5 Exclusives So Far

DrDespite the decade-long eulogy and negativity that considered single-player games to be dying, there is a wealth of high-quality single-player experiences to experience on PS5. Many of the games in this rundown are reworks and reworks, sure, but with the PS5’s enhanced visual prowess, DualSense controllers, and 3D audio, those games from the older generations, polished and reimagined, have never played better.

For clarity, the games selected on this list are as close to a PlayStation 5 exclusive as possible. Of course, Sony releases many games on PC nowadays too, but for the avoidance of doubt, none of the games shown here can be played on Microsoft or Nintendo devices.

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Finnish developer Housemarque blasted its already stellar reputation in the stratosphere with its first AAA title, the Rogue-lite third-person shooter back; A game in which time is a painful cycle for astronaut Selene after she has landed on the hostile alien world of Atrophos. With an arsenal of high-tech weapons at her disposal, Selena must explore six vibrant biomes in search of the mysterious “White Shadow” signal, and come face-to-face with a group of fantastical and stunning extraterrestrial foes along a path. surely, return The extreme difficulty and light structure are not suitable for everyone, but those who stick with it will enjoy an exciting game to play.

Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut

Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut Expands and repackages the PS4 action adventure for PlayStation 5. Inspired by the dynamic and narrative aesthetic championed by Japanese filmmaker Akira Kurosawa with its enigmatic simplicity shadow of the Colossus, the quest of samurai Jin Sakai through feudal Japan during the Mongol invasion seems quite authentic. The gameplay flawlessly balances zen-like calm and swift sword-slashing, as the PS5’s DualSense delivers a palpable sense of cold-blooded violence through fingertips.

Death Stranding: Director’s Cut

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Full of cinematic confidence and exclusivity, Hideo Kojima’s death strand It is a key lesson in environmental storytelling. Assuming the leadership of intrepid deliveryman Sam Bridges, players literally and figuratively build bridges between communities isolated by a global catastrophe. The bleak Icelandic landscapes – which are often jaw-dropping on PS4 – pushed the widescreen resolution to the limit on PS5; Additionally, there are improvements to Sam’s traversal as well such as the premium stabilizers, providing an opportunity to cover larger distances more efficiently.

Sackboy: Big Adventure

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little big planet spin off Sackboy: Big Adventure The platform eschews 2.5D for its predecessor, and instead opts for the visual splendor of full 3D environments. Developer Sumo Digital hasn’t lost any of the ll charm with it sackboy A solo foray lovingly sprinkled into the same groovy, hilarious sound design as those beloved games of the PS3 era, albeit it sounds remarkably cool thanks to the PS5’s own 3D audio. Admittedly we cheat a bit with this entry as Sackboy: Big Adventure It can be played entirely in local and online co-op modes, with stages specifically designed to get the most out of a team of players. However, the multiplayer function was not available when the game was launched, so we allow this single chip as Sackboy: Big Adventure It’s too good not to include it.

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition

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Insomniac Games’ Masterpiece of 2018 Spider Man You almost got a nod for this feature, but Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition For PS5 it appears instead because it combines the revamped and redesigned Spider Man Along with its successor, or little brother of sorts, the Marvel Comics character’s deeply personal origin story (and In the verse of the spider tie film) Miles Morales. Miles is adept at agility, whose physics-based movement has been lifted straight out of Peter Parker’s playbook. But it is equipped with super-cold poison capabilities as well; Capabilities that enhance Miles’ explosive sequences of events beyond 2018’s efforts.

Forbidden horizon west

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At first glance , Forbidden horizon west Perhaps it seems a continuation of “more of the same” through a previously created beautiful blurry machine-roaming scene Horizon Zero Dawn. as it happens, forbidden west It improves almost every aspect of its predecessor. True, the visuals are stunning, again, but the combat also takes a leap forward with bigger, deadlier, and smarter machines threatening the life of the heroine, Aloy. Human friends and foes are more capable too, with a rich cast of side characters adding emotional heft to an already captivating story.

Final Fantasy VII Intergrade Remake

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any doubts Final Fantasy VII A remake wasn’t necessary as it definitely evaporated while the game’s super-glossy rebuild of the original iconic opening sequence. Cloud, Barrett, and the rebel group of eco-terrorists have never looked better, with the new version on the whole being one of the best. Final Fantasy since when. Sure, a lot has changed since 1997, but in Final Fantasy VII Remake Exhilarating combat, emotional story and great characters, the developer somehow provided pure magic. PlayStation 5 Intergrade remake It is an enhanced version of the PS4 title with DLC for a new story centered on the entertainment hero Yuffie.

demon souls

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PS5 launch title demon souls It is a faithful recreation of a cult classic. Using the original PS3 era icon, Bluepoint Games’ modern release harnesses the power of existing Sony hardware to stunning effect, with amazing attention to detail in the environmental and acoustic design. Perhaps most notable is the game’s remastered soundtrack, packed with orchestral cheer that befits this classic flame.

Astro game room

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PS5 bundle from Team Asobi Astro game room It serves as a perfect introduction to Sony’s current hardware, specifically the revolutionary DualSense controllers. it’s a Astro’s playroom The ability to retrain the senses through masterfully executed adaptive stimuli, motion control, and haptic feedback, providing new meaning to how the game is played, and that’s the real success here. It’s colorful and whimsical, too; Playing through the game’s 3D platform levels – itself designed in honor of PlayStation’s rich heritage – is a fun every PS5 owner should experience.

Unknown: The Legacy of Thieves

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despite of Unknown: The Legacy of Thieves Putting two games from the PS4 era into one PS5 bundle, these two behemoths of cinematic adventures are still as essential as any single player game in this rundown. Both Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End And the Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Receiving visual upgrades delivered at 60 fps with unyielding smoothness, backed by non-existent load times and haptic feedback from DualSense, which means Unknown: The Legacy of Thieves It’s an easy recommendation even though both titles are from the previous generation.

Deathloop

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One aspect of this list that certainly hasn’t gone unnoticed is the lack of purely current generic titles; There are a lot of remasters and optimizations that appear on this list for sure, but Deathloop But the current generation as it came. Leveraging the PS5’s graphic prowess in a hyper-designed aesthetic of the future, Arkane has created a sophisticated tale of killer assassins who breathe new life into an often limp genre. Playing through the campaign as Colt, players must chase down targets while evading rival killer Juliana, breaking the game’s time loop in the process. Deathloop It is often exhilarating. The option to surreptitiously control Juliana by another player increases the thrill ride, although this is a single player feature worth noting that players can choose the AI ​​to occupy Deathloop killer discount.

Ghost Wire: Tokyo

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coming from inner evil Developers Tango Gameworks is Ghostwire: Tokyo, A first-person reimagining of ultra-modern Shibuya bypassing vengeful yokai spirits. Players must utilize a combination of devastating basic abilities to hunt down and eliminate ghosts roaming the once bustling streets. Apart from visual impressions and atmospheric world building, it is fair to say Ghost Wire: Tokyo Fighting can grate on some because of its repetition. However, there is a compelling story and a mysterious mystery to unravel, with a gracefully short runtime that reduces player soreness.

Sevo

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Typical of Asian martial arts films, the ruthless kung fu fantasy Sevo It tells a tale of revenge, perhaps atypical games of this kind, Sevo The main trick is the aging mechanics where you will add years to your character’s life with each death. So, while every brutal encounter – and with it a rapidly increasing death toll – becomes an opportunity to learn, once you master these fighting techniques, there is the motivation to quickly brawl through each stage of the game as fully as possible. There are not many things like SevoIt’s rarely a totally rewarding game.

Qena: The Bridge of Souls

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Qena: The Bridge of Souls This is the first great game from Ember Lab, a one-time animation and content creation studio. The studio’s ability to produce lifelike visuals shines through; Spirit Journey guides Kena through the often stunning enchanted mountains and forests. On her way she gathers cute companions who will help her throughout her journey. Besides their magical crew, cute little spirits – known as The Rot – offer fun combat scenarios and interesting environmental puzzle scenarios. The story may not have been as interesting as the others on this list, but Qena: The Bridge of Souls It still deserves to be commended as a huge achievement for her budding studio.

stray

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Yes, the hottest game of summer is centered around the internet’s favorite animal, but stray Not a purely cat lover experience. number, stray It’s a good game, period. Play the role of the third person as the cat of the same name who has fallen into the city walls of Kowloon. A playground full of machines, robots, guards and poisonous bacteria. There is at least one friendly drone – a B-12 companion – that the stray cat uses to store items or interact with the environment. The main draw is of course a cat-like pass. Jumping over ledges, jumping into fences, going around even NPCs, purring, meowing… stray He risks feeling overly kitsch. as it happens, stray The wanderlust of eccentric cats contrasts brilliantly with the filthy and worn-out environment in which the lonely cat finds itself – stray Fun and sublime.


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