The PlayStation 5 has finally been released across the globe, meaning that millions of players can now jump into all of the fantastic experiences the next-gen console has to offer.
Compared to the competition, it already boasts a strong selection of exclusive titles you can’t find anywhere else that take full advantage of the new hardware. There’s also a strong array of third-party blockbusters alongside hundreds of compatible games made possible by backwards compatibility.
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