Demon’s Souls Remake Timed Console Exclusive On PS5, Also Coming To PC

Yolanda Curtis
September 18, 2020

The 2020 holiday season's game console showdown is set.

The PlayStation 5 next-gen system will roll out starting in North America and Japan on november 12, Sony Interactive Entertainment announced today.

It's certainly the case that the PS5 pre-order has been haphazard with different retailers announcing stock at different times. "We will provide updates on backward compatibility, along with much more PS5 news, in the months ahead".

You can check out the trailer in all its Souls glory in the embed above. [UPDATE: Sony has pulled the official trailer from its YouTube channel, we've embedded IGN's upload below.] Demon's Souls launches with the PlayStation 5 on November 12th.

PlayStation 5 will be compatible with "99 percent" of PS4 games according to Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO and President Jim Ryan, although that may be as far as backwards compatibility goes.

Sony Sony revealed when the PS5 will launch.

And as Sony pointed out, the prices for Worldwide Studios games will vary between $49.99 and $69.99, so we will have to wait on the PS5 actually releasing before we see where decisions are made in regards to future titles. Sony boasted that "the breadth of unique gaming experiences coming to PS5 represent the best lineup in PlayStation history". One game noticeable by its absence is Spider-Man.

The update also included prices for the accessories that will be available at launch.

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