Best PS5 games & exclusives: top sony playstation 5 games

Best PS5 games & exclusives: top sony playstation 5 games

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Getting your hands on a PS5 is still not easy. We hope that the availability of new consoles will be completely improved very soon, because the PS5 is full of great games that are just waiting to be played. However, it should be borne in mind that the new generation of “Sonya” was published relatively recently, and even at a time that was not the best for the gaming industry. Therefore, it turned out that there are not many games created specifically for the PS5 yet. Nevertheless, any gamer will definitely find something to play. We are talking about both new products and updated versions of old games from the times of PS3 and PS4.


Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade

The remake of one of the most popular Final Fantasy games has caused a furor among those who have never played the original, and among fans of old school. This is despite the fact that the gameplay of the remake is very different from the usual turn-based jRPG, which was the old FF7. Updated versions of classic games are often released only to quickly cut money off a recognizable name. However, in the case of FF7, the love of the developers for their creation is visible in every little detail.

Intergrade is an enhanced version designed specifically for the PlayStation 5 to make the most of today’s hardware. Those who have not yet played the Final Fantasy VII remake can only be envied, because they are waiting for a game with an excellent storyline, graphics, music and gameplay polished to a shine.



Housemarque has been in the game developer for over 25 years, but very few have heard of it. However, those who are familiar with the creations of this Finnish office know that it has released a bunch of great action games. Returnal is a third-person shooter with bullet-hell elements with all the genre-specific features, including high difficulty. In Returnal, you can die very easily and quickly, but death is not the end, but only a new beginning.

Sparkling gameplay coexists with an oppressive atmosphere and a mysterious plot. The main character finds herself on an unfamiliar planet and tries to survive, but the story very quickly turns in an unexpected direction. If you love shooters and rogue-like games, then Returnal will definitely suit your taste.


Demon’s Souls Remake

The Souls series has sent countless gamepads and computer mice to the graveyard. However, you want to come back to it again and again, in large part because every death feels honest, and every victory brings a hefty dose of dopamine.

It all started with Demon’s Souls back in 2009, and in 12 years the game had become specifically outdated, so it was decided to make a remake. The new Demon’s Souls is a copy of the original in terms of mechanics, down to the smallest detail. The visuals have been completely redesigned to give the game a truly modern look. The updated version of Demon’s Souls perfectly demonstrates the capabilities of the PlayStation 5 hardware. The characters in the remake even received facial animation, which is completely absent even in the newest parts of the Souls series.


Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut

Ghost of Tsushima was released on PS4 and immediately received high ratings from both users and critics. PS5 owners have the option to play a revamped “director’s cut” that no doubt stands a step higher than the original from previous generation consoles. The game not only looks much better on PS5, but it is also much more enjoyable to play thanks to some unique features of the console. The tactile effect of the gamepad works wonders in terms of immersion in the gameplay.


Ghost of Tsushima is an open-world game with an unusual setting, and the player will delight in the huge amount of content and the beauty of the Japanese countryside. However, like any game of this type, it suffers from the monotony of missions. Despite some downsides, Ghost of Tsushima remains one of the best exclusives on the PlayStation platform.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

Throughout its existence, the Assassin’s Creed series has managed to change its image several times, but it seems that the franchise has finally decided on its future. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla was a solid step into the open-world RPG genre. You have to play for the Viking Eyvor (or Eyvor, if you want to play as a female character), who is tired of sitting in his Scandinavia. What does a Viking do when he is bored? That’s right, floats to rob England. So Eyvor went on a long journey through the four warring English kingdoms together with his brother. Towers, secret organizations, leaps of faith and everything else that Assassin’s Creed is known for is abundant in Valhalla. Our main character is still a conqueror, so there will be sieges in the game that convey the feeling of a real massive battle, which was quite rare in previous games in the series.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla has benefited from the PS5 launch, especially with its fast downloads, which have often been the Achilles heel of PS4 open world games.


In case you haven’t heard of Hades, this is the best game of 2020 according to the overwhelming majority of reputable sites. This is an action RPG roguelike from Supergiant Games, known for the indie hits of yesteryear like Bastion and Transistor.

The main character is not just anyone, but Zagrei, the son of Hades himself. The young god wants to escape from the underworld to see his mother, but his father categorically forbids him to leave the hellish halls. Despite the setting, Hades is a very colorful game full of positive and kind characters. The plot and relations between different mythological creatures and Zagreus are worked out surprisingly deeply, and after several tens of hours you manage to get used to the kingdom of Hades as to your own home.

Disco Elysium: The Final Cut

Good RPGs come out annoyingly few, and the time of great RPGs is completely over. At least that’s how it seemed before Disco Elysium was born. If from a role-playing game you are expecting, first of all, an interesting plot and the opportunity to play a character, then you will definitely like Disco Elysium. The plot of the game is simply excellent: you are an investigator who got drunk to such an extent that his memory has lost, and completely, and the work must be done somehow. Amnesia is far from a new writing trick, but Disco Elysium makes the most of it, allowing the player to rebuild a person exactly the way they want.

A unique feature of the game is the character development system. Instead of the usual characteristics and skills, different sides of the protagonist’s psyche will have to be pumped. At the same time, if you put too many points into the imagination, then the character may start to go crazy, and if you pump into aggressiveness and physical strength, then he will begin to treat any problem like a hammer to a nail.

It should be noted that there is a lot of text in the game that will have to be read. More precisely, if you do not read it, then the whole point of playing Disco Elysium is lost. Fortunately, the localization of the title was exemplary without exaggeration.

Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition

The Devil May Cry series has always been one of Capcom’s best creations, and the latest installment of this mind-blowing action once again confirms this fact. In the Special Edition, you can now play as Virgil and use all of his recognizable moves. As usual, just winning a battle isn’t enough. You need to do it with style, and the game will reward you for a beautiful reprisal against opponents with a bunch of points that can be spent on new attacks to make killing the fiends of hell even more exciting and beautiful. The Special Edition has a new difficulty mode that multiplies the number of opponents, so veterans of the series have the opportunity to flex their muscles. The game runs great on PS5 and looks great even in high-performance graphics mode that delivers a stable 60fps.

Yakuza: Like a Dragon

Yakuza: Like a Dragon can be safely recommended to every RPG lover. The Yakuza series has always been full of uniqueness and its own special style, and Like a Dragon was no exception. An excellent storyline and an ensemble of unusual and memorable characters coexist with traditional turn-based RPG-style mechanics. Like a Dragon has everything we love Yakuza for. At the same time, she manages to remain original and is not afraid to experiment.

Yakuza: Like a Dragon on PS5 isn’t much different from older consoles. The game looks pretty much the same as it did on older consoles, so if you’ve played it before then buying it again on PS5 is hardly a good idea.

Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate

No game library can be considered complete if it does not contain at least one fighting game. Fortunately, you don’t have to go far for a good fight, because Mortal Kombat 11 was released on PS5. On the new generation of consoles, Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate looks as beautiful and bloody as possible, and the download takes place almost instantly. Branded X-ray and dismemberment on the hardware of the fifth PlayStation look especially impressive. The tactile recoil is extremely well suited to fighting games, and thanks to this feature, each hit feels especially hard. Among the 37 available fighters there are both recognizable old men of the series and completely new characters, like the young Sylvester Stallone in the Rimbaud clan, while the English voice acting was personally recorded by Sly himself.


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