Overwatch has started up a brand-new in-game event that officially went live on September 15, 2020. The event will be continuing through to September 28 and players stand the chance to unlock in-game cosmetics through either playing the game or even just watching streamers who have enabled Twitch Drops.
The Overwatch event is titled Tracer's Comic Challenge and sees the playable character, Tracer receiving their own story through a comic book titled "Tracer— London Calling" that has been written by Mariko Tamaki and illustrated by Babs Tarr. The comic, from Dark Horse Comics, tells a new story that will be available to read in 5 issues with the first issue being available now.
The story itself takes place in the UK and also 5 years after the ratification of the Petras Act. Tracer is now dealing with small-scale crimes as a part-time hero, but a character, Iggy shows her the living conditions of the omnics of London, Tracer sets out to change things.
Those taking part in the event in-game will be able to unlock a Comic Book Tracer Icon by simply winning 3 games. Winning 6 games will unlock a spray, and winning 9 games will unlock a Tracer skin. What's more, the sprays come with sound effects to add even more comical wackiness to them.
However, those who are watching streams will still be able to unlock in-game sprays for their own copy of the game. Watching 2 hours of a stream will unlock 1 spray, watching 4 hours will unlock 2 more sprays, and watching 6 hours will unlock 3 additional sprays. Sprays are comic book-themed and will require viewers to have their Twitch accounts linked to their Blizzard accounts to receive the Twitch Drops. Blizzard has showcased a list of spotlighted streamers if you're looking for people to watch.
Overwatch is available now for PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
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Oddworld is a notoriously strange series. Starting on the PlayStation 1 with Oddworld: Abe's Odyssee, you play as Abe, an alien creature, who has to platform and solve puzzles to try and escape his captors. The latest entry into the series, Oddworld: Soulstorm, was revealed back in June as part of Sony's first PS5 showcase. While we got a beautiful cinematic trailer, little else was shared about the game.
That was until last night, when during the latest PS5 showcase we got a fresh gameplay trailer and some more details from the PlayStation blog.
The trailer was equal part brutal and hilarious, as is to be expected from an Oddworld game. It shows off the typical platforming sections we've come to expect from the series, coupled with some vicious deaths and the return of Molluck, one of the franchise's main antagonists.
Sony shared some more juicy details about the game in a blog post that followed Oddworld's spot in the showcase. The game will take full advantage of many of the PS5's new features. As well as having "stunning graphical fidelity", Oddworld Soulstorm will use the 3D audio to put "you in the middle of the action, as if you are right next to Abe helping him and his fellow Mudokons escape." And the game will also take advantage of the DualSense controller, as you feel Abe's heart palpitations and the triggers adapt to Abe's struggles.
The blog post also reveals that the game will have a "quarma" system in which every action you take will have "real time consequences and accrue throughout the game in immediately noticeable and conscious ways."
That wasn't all that was revealed at last night's showcase. Sony shared both the price and release date of the PS5 as well as some awesome gameplay of Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Demon Souls and the reveal of both Final Fantasy XVI and Hogwarts Legacy.
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As one of the very first PS5 games to be announced when it was shown at last year's The Game Awards, Godfall made an early impression of what we can expect from next-generation gaming. Dubbed a "looter-slasher" by publisher Gearbox Software, the upcoming combat-focused title is finally about to make its debut later this year and will be among the first titles available to play on PS5 later this year.
Following the PS5 Showcase by Sony earlier today, publisher Gearbox Software has officially confirmed the release date for Godfall, which will be launching for PS5 and PC on November 12, 2020. Pre-orders for the PC version are officially live on the Epic Games Store, while PS5 pre-orders will be going live at a later date.
Godfall is officially launching on November 12 for the PlayStation 5 & PC via Epic Games Store!
— GearboxOfficial (@GearboxOfficial) September 16, 2020
Godfall will join several other third-party titles this fall as part of the launch line-up for the PS5, including other releases such as Assassin's Creed Valhalla and Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition. However, the title from Counterplay and Gearbox has the distinction of being one of the first third-party titles that is solely a next-gen release, and won't be cross-gen or coming to current-gen platforms.
Godfall has made several appearances at events and showcases throughout the year, and recently showcased its combat in a new gameplay trailer. However, with the game now officially set for release in just under two months, we won't have too much longer to wait and see what the title title looks and plays like.
Godfall will release for PS5 and PC on November 12, 2020.
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Even though Sony said a few weeks back that pre-orders for the PlayStation 5 would be announced well ahead of time for consumers to prepare, the PS5 is now available for pre-order after the company said that pre-orders would go live tomorrow. Despite that, the console is naturally selling like hotcakes with people scrambling to different retailers to try and reserve the box, but those who are looking to pick up the digital edition might find themselves in a tougher spot than physical adopters.
GameStop Employee told me their store only had 14 PS5s available for pre-order. 12 with a disc drive and 2 without a disc drive. Seems the discless version will be less common, or GameStop wasn't enjoying the discless option…
— Cheap Ass Gamer (@videogamedeals) September 17, 2020
There have been several first-hand reports that GameStop has been getting significantly smaller allocations of the PlayStation 5 Digital Edition than the normal console which comes with the disc drive. Cheap Ass Gamer on Twitter, spoke of their personal interaction at a local GameStop store where one of the employees explained that their store was allocated only 14 PS5s with only two of them being digital editions.
An interesting tidbit I learned about GameStop. Apparently, they have 70% of console pre-orders out of retailers and each store will be allocated more than originally given if more accessory pre-orders are made. This is all according to a GameStop employee. https://t.co/gbBSOQjuaH
— Cameron Hawkins (@TheCinephileGuy) September 16, 2020
I also went to my local GameStop to pre-order my PlayStation 5 and while I did not ask about my store's allocation I did learn some interesting information while I was there. According to a GameStop employee, the company gets 70% of the PlayStation 5 stock across all U.S. retailers who will sell the system. Each store is given an initial number of consoles for pre-order, but if more of the PlayStation accessories are purchased as well, that will potentially give stores more units during the pre-order process.
If you do plan to go into GameStop to preorder PS5, the numbers there are super limited. Like 10 disc, 2 digital for one store
— Wario64 (@Wario64) September 16, 2020
Currently, there is no way for us to prove this information to be true, but it seems to be an ongoing trend of buyers learning that GameStop doesn't have many digital edition PS5s available. There is currently no word regarding this situation at other major retailers like Walmart, Target, or Best Buy, however, VGC reported that according to "publishing sources," the digital edition is expected to have fewer units available by a wide margin. Just to be safe, unless you're adamant about getting the digital edition, maybe take what you can get and get the disc version of the PlayStation 5 instead.
Most retailers are currently sold out of the PlayStation 5, but there is a possibility of more going into stock as we approach the November 12 launch date. Amazon has also yet to take to pre-orders. For all information for PS5 pre-orders check out our page dedicated to direct you right to what you're looking for.
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In a post on the PlayStation Blog, Sackboy: A Big Adventure will launch on the PlayStation 4 alongside the PlayStation 5 version.
PlayStation President and CEO Jim Ryan confirmed the PS4 version will launch the same day as the PS5 version. For those that own the PS4 version and want to upgrade to the PS5 version, you can do so for free, regardless of if it's the physical or digital version. Other high profile PS5 titles such as Horizon: Forbidden West and Spider-Man: Miles Morales are also getting PS4 versions the same day as their PS5 versions.
Sackboy: A Big Adventure was announced back in June during PlayStation's Future of Gaming showcase. Rather than the typical 2D perspective of the series, this game is a 3D platformer. Currently, we don't know any details on the story or if the game lets you create your own levels. Sackboy: A Big Adventure is the latest LittleBigPlanet game since 2014's LittleBigPlanet 3, which was also developed by Sumo Digital. The series was created by Media Molecule back in 2008 for the PlayStation 3. From there, we got 2011's LittleBigPlanet 2 and several spin-offs including 2012's LittleBigPlanet Karting.
After months of speculation, Sony announced the PlayStation 5 will launch on November 12 in some territories and on the 19 in the rest of the world. The disc-based version will cost $499.99 and the digital edition will be $399.99. Among the first-party launch titles include Demon Souls, Spider-Man: Miles Morales, and Sackboy: A Big Adventure. The console is available for preorder now.
In addition to the PS5 price and release date, Final Fantasy XVI and Hogwarts Legacy were among the major game announcements during the showcase. We also got new looks at games like Deathloop, Resident Evil: Village, Spider-Man: Miles Morales, and Demon Souls.
Sackboy: A Big Adventure will be available on November 12 on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. As more news comes out about the PS5, we'll be sure to let you know. You can watch the PlayStation 5 showcase below.
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After a long wait, Sony has finally given us what we've all been waiting for with the PS5 by revealing its release date and price. The system will finally make its way to select regions starting November 12 with a worldwide release to follow on November 19, with its price set at $399 for the Digital Edition and $499 for the standard version of the system. However, if you've been wondering what games you'll be able to play when the system launches, Sony has provided more details on what first-party titles are coming to the platform.
Over on the PlayStation Blog, Sony officially detailed the first-party titles that will be coming to the PS5 at launch following its most recent showcase. You can take a look at the list below, along with their prices:
- Astro's Playroom (Japan Studio) – pre-installed on PS5
- Demon's Souls (Bluepoint Games / Japan Studio) – US$69.99/¥7,900/€79.99 (RRP)
- Destruction All Stars (Lucid Games / XDEV) – US$69.99/¥7,900/€79.99 (RRP)
- Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales (Insomniac Games) – US$49.99/¥5,900/€59.99 (RRP)
- Marvel's Spider-Man: Mile Morales Ultimate Edition (Insomniac Games) – US$69.99/¥7,900/€79.99 (RRP)
- Sackboy: A Big Adventure (Sumo Digital / XDEV) – US$59.99/¥6,900/€69.99 (RRP)
All of these titles were previously announced by Sony during its PS5 Showcase back in June. At the time, it was confirmed that Astro's Playroom would be free and pre-installed on PS5 systems. Likewise, titles like Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales were confirmed to be arriving this holiday season, but now officially confirmed to be launching with the system. Demon's Souls was also confirmed to be a launch title for the PS5 following today's PS5 Showcase.
One of the main points to note from the line-up of first-party titles launching on PS5 is that several of the titles will be priced at $69.99, such as Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition and Demon's Souls. Presumably this falls in line with a few other publishers that are pricing next-gen titles at a $10 premium compared to current-gen releases.
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It seems that rumors of a new Left 4 Dead 2 update were true. The 2009 zombie-smashing title will receive a massive content update on September 24, packed to the brim with more ways to survive the apocalypse with friends.
A new trailer for the update, titled The Last Stand, shows off everything players can expect to find in this major content drop. Starting with the biggest news, Left 4 Dead 2 will be getting over 20 new survival maps. For clarity, the Survival game type in Left 4 Dead 2 pits players against waves of zombies until they're defeated. They're not like the episodic campaigns – no frolicking through kiddie land here. The game already had 30 survival maps, bringing the grand total to over 50.
Outside of new maps, a few parts of the game are also being improved. Animations are getting a rework, and previously unused voice lines will finally be able to grace headsets. New melee weapons are also making their way into Left 4 Dead 2, including a shovel and pitchfork. For the folks that like playing as the infected in PVP, expect what the trailer calls "fixes and enhancements," vague terms that could mean just about anything. The Last Stand update will also add 30 new achievements, two new mutations and miscellaneous bug and exploit fixes.
The Last Stand was made by a group of over 30 members of the Left 4 Dead community in collaboration with Valve over the course of 11 months. As a true passion project, The Last Stand will be a totally free update for owners of Left 4 Dead 2. Once again, you can expect this update on September 24.
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With the sun setting on the PS4 and Xbox One, the next-generation line of systems is finally almost upon us. Alongside the Xbox Series X, this holiday season will also see the release of the PS5 as the newest member of Sony's PlayStation family of consoles. While information on the long-awaited system was quiet for most of this year, last month finally saw Sony lift back the curtain on what to expect from the PlayStation 5, including several of its upcoming games and exclusives, its features, and the final design of the system itself.
In the lead-up to the PS5's debut this holiday season, we're taking a look at everything that we know about the PS5 so far, from the console's specs, to what games are coming to the system in terms of exclusives and third-party releases, and more.
PS5 Console Specs
Even before we saw the system itself last month, Sony had released some information earlier this year on the technical specs that are going into its next-generation system. Led by Sony's lead system architect and ASMR master Mark Cerny, the PS5 already looks to be a major leap in terms of technical achievements from the previous generation of consoles, with a breakdown of its most notable specs from Digital Foundry:
- CPU: 8x Zen 2 Cores at 3.5GHz (variable frequency)
- GPU: 10.28 TFLOPs, 36 CUs at 2.23GHz (variable frequency)
- GPU Architecture: Custom RDNA 2
- Memory/Interface: 16GB GDDR6/256-bit
- Memory Bandwith: 448GB/s
- Internal Storage: Custom 825GB SSD
- IO Throughput: 5.5GB/s (Raw), Typical 8-9GB/s (Compressed)
- Expandable Storage: NVMe SSD Slot
- External Storage: USB HDD Support
- Optical Drive: 4K UHD Blu-ray Drive
The key technical feature that Sony has highlighted for the PS5 is its custom solid state drive, which is aiming to give developers a significant leg up in terms of loading assets in-game and a more seamless gameplay experience for players with drastically reduced or no in-game loading times. Likewise, the system's GPU also features over 10 teraflops of power behind it, with the system also confirmed to support more intensive technical features such as ray tracing.
The system's CPU features a custom chipset to support 3D audio, allowing for a more immersive aural experience while playing, such as giving the player a clearer indication of where enemies are in an environment, and more. Sony has also confirmed that the PS5 will support the PlayStation VR headset, though it seems likely as well that the system will get a new iteration of PSVR for this generation.
The DualSense Controller
Alongside the console itself, one of the biggest changes from past PlayStation consoles for the PS5 is its new controller called the DualSense, which was officially revealed back in April. Shifting away from the DualShock branding that has defined Sony's last 4 iterations of controllers, the DualSense controller is aiming to be something a little different from past PlayStation controllers.
From a quick glance, the most obvious change with the DualSense controller is that it's a bit bigger than its predecessor, the DualShock 4, with the controller's design a little closer to the style of the Xbox One controller. Likewise, the lightbar that was present on the top of the DualShock 4 controller has instead been shifted to the center underneath the touchpad, giving it a more stylized glow around it.
Some of the biggest new features of the controller that have been highlighted by Sony aim to give the player a more immersive experience while playing. In an official video released by Sony for the DualSense controller, the video gives a look at its haptic feedback and adaptive triggers, along with its built-in motion sensor.
However, the overall layout of the controller is still largely the same as the DualShock 4, with its analog sticks close together and the traditional d-pad and button placements of the DualShock controllers. The center of the controller once again features a touchpad, and to the left and right of it are the buttons for taking in-game screenshots and videos and the options button. The DualSense controller also has a built-in speaker between the analog sticks and the PlayStation button, presumably used to return players to the system's main menu screen. Like the DualShock 4, the DualSense controller also has a plug at the bottom for players to use a headset or headphones while playing to listen to in-game audio or chat with friends.
What is the price?
UPDATE: Sony officially confirmed that the Digital Edition of the PS5 will retail for $399, while the standard edition with a disc drive will be priced at $499. Pre-orders for the system are expected to begin at retailers starting on September 17, but some retailers have already begun making their pre-orders live.
The price is still a major unknown right now for the PS5, as Sony has not officially confirmed a price point for the next-gen system. However, some speculation (and general predictions by games media/the industry as a whole) have generally put the system within the ballpark of $399-$599. Sony themselves have seemed unsure of what the exact price of the system will be, as reports have signaled that the system has come in higher than expected to produce and manufacture. However, assuming that the system is launching within the next 5-6 months, Sony will have to share the price point at some point in the near future, with rumors indicating that pre-orders for the system will likely go live in the near future.
As shown in the company's PS5: The Future of Gaming event in June, Sony has revealed that there will be two SKUs for the PS5 when it arrives later this year: one version with a physical disc drive, and a Digital Edition that will forego physical media entirely. While Sony has been pushing more towards digital game sales in the past few years with the PS4, the company seems more intent on trying to lean more on an all-digital future, but still providing the option to play physical games for those that want it.
The introduction of two SKUs for the PS5 will likely have an influence on what the price of the PS5 will wind up being between the Digital Edition and the iteration of the system with a disc drive. Presumably, the PS5 Digital Edition will likely be cheaper than the version with a disc drive as a way to incentivize consumers to go all-digital with the next-gen system. At the moment, my best guess is that the Digital Edition of the PS5 will run for $499, while the version with a disc drive will be either be $549 or $599.
How big is the console?
This is yet another unknown at the moment, but based on speculation and some rough mockups on social media, the PS5 might be a little larger than we might expect, especially compared to the PS4. Using the system's disc drive as a rough basis to estimate the size, many mockups have surfaced online that give us a rough idea of what to expect from the PS5 in terms of its size. A listing from Amazon Germany for the system also may have revealed the PS5's weight at 4.78 kg (about 10.5 lbs), but this hasn't been officially confirmed just yet.
oooh he a big big boi pic.twitter.com/gwI1yBT093
— Callum Uwunderwood (@DevRelCallum) June 12, 2020
Compared to this generation's systems and its next-gen competitor, the Xbox Series X, the PS5 seems to be a much heftier system than we've seen in the past, with its unique design emphasizing its height. We know for sure that the system can be placed both upright and horizontally, but based on these early projections, you might want to start thinking about how you're going to house Sony's new console in your home entertainment center.
Does the PS5 feature backward compatibility?
For the PS5, backwards compatibility with PS4 games has been confirmed, but not yet elaborated on what it entails and if that will extend to earlier PlayStation consoles. Earlier this year, Sony detailed that the PS5 at launch would support backwards compatibility with around 100 of the most popular titles on PS4 (in terms of playtime), and that the system would eventually support the "overwhelming majority" of the system's current library.
For now, it seems like backwards compatibility will be limited to just PS4 titles (leaving out the PS3, PS2, PS1, PS Vita, and PSP), and that new titles will seemingly be rolled out like Microsoft did for Xbox 360 and Xbox titles with the Xbox One. Likewise, Sony also announced that new PS4 titles that are submitted for certification after July 13, 2020 will be required to support compatibility with the PS5, indicating we'll likely see some cross-gen titles later this year (and beyond) between the PS4 and PS5.
Exclusives and third-party games coming to the PS5
Sony's PS5 reveal event in June gave us a much clearer idea of what games we can expect to arrive for the PS5 when it launches later this year. The biggest titles that were formally revealed for the PS5 include two new games by Insomniac Games (Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart), the long-awaited remake of Demon's Souls by Bluepoint Games, Horizon Forbidden West, and many more. In addition to the line-up of first-party games that were revealed, several major third-party titles were also confirmed for the system such as Resident Evil: Village, Pragmata, Assassin's Creed Valhalla, and Hitman III, alongside new indie titles like Bugsnax, Goodbye Volcano High, Oddworld: Soulstorm, and more.
Below, you can find a list of the PS5 games that have been confirmed so far from the June reveal event and when we can currently expect them:
- Astro's Playroom (Holiday 2020)
- Bugsnax (Holiday 2020)
- Deathloop (Holiday 2020)
- Godfall (Holiday 2020)
- Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales (Holiday 2020)
- NBA 2K21 (Holiday 2020)
- Ghostwire: Tokyo (2021)
- Grand Theft Auto V (2021)
- Goodbye Volcano High (2021)
- Hitman III (2021)
- Horizon Forbidden West (2021)
- Resident Evil: Village (2021)
- Solar Ash (2021)
- Stray (2021)
- Pragmata (2022)
- Demon's Souls (TBD)
- Destruction Allstars (TBD)
- Gran Turismo 7 (TBD)
- Jett: The Far Shore (TBD)
- Kena: Bridge of Spirits (TBD)
- Little Devil Inside (TBD)
- Oddworld: Soulstorm (TBD)
- Project Athia (TBD)
- Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart (TBD)
- Returnal (TBD)
- Sackboy: A Big Adventure (TBD)
When will the PS5 launch?
UPDATE: Sony has confirmed that the PS5 will officially launch on November 12, 2020 in the following regions: US, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea. After that, the system will have a worldwide release the following week on November 19, 2020, though its release in China will be announced at a later date.
As of this writing, Sony is still being coy with the exact release date of the PS5 and when it will arrive. Right now, the only firm answer we have is that the system will arrive in holiday 2020, so expect it sometime within the October – December timeframe. At this point, November would seem like the most likely candidate, given that both the PS3 and PS4 also launched in November, and Sony will likely want the system to launch within Black Friday and the holiday shopping season. Along with the recent delay for Cyberpunk 2077 from September to mid-late November, the anticipated title's new release date has fueled some speculation that both the PS5 and Xbox Series X should arrive by then.
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Initially revealed earlier this year, the upcoming Demon's Souls remake from Bluepoint Games will bring back the classic title for a new generation right alongside the PS5's launch. While it's been known for some time that the title would be developed for the PS5, the most recent trailer for the game may have gotten fans' hopes up that it would arrive on other platforms. However, Sony has seemed to dash those hopes by confirming the title will be exclusive to PS5 owners after an erroneous trailer for the game seemed to suggest otherwise.
Following the PS5 Showcase that aired earlier today, an alternate version of the gameplay trailer for Demon's Souls seemed to indicate that the title would not only be coming to PS5, but would also be available on PC and implied that it would be a timed exclusive that could come to other platforms. However, shortly after it went live, Sony removed the video from its YouTube channel, indicating that there may have been an issue or error.
According to a report from Kotaku–who reached out to Sony regarding the trailer–Sony clarified that the trailer that was uploaded was incorrect regarding Demon's Souls coming to PC or other platforms. A representative from Sony noted that it was "a human error" and that the title will only be releasing exclusively for the PS5 when it launches in November.
While this might be a bummer for those that were hoping for the title to make its way to other platforms down the line, it was still a bit of an unexpected surprise that Demon's Souls is ending up as a launch title for the PS5. Initially the game didn't have a release window when it was first announced, but we won't have to wait too much longer to die over and over again.
Demon's Souls will release for the PS5 on November 12, 2020.
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Update #2: Sony has officially confirmed that the PS5 will launch in select regions on November 12, 2020, followed by its worldwide release on November 19, 2020. The Digital Edition will retail for $399, while the standard console with a disc drive will be priced at $499. According to Sony, pre-orders for both systems will start as soon as tomorrow, September 17, 2020, but some retailers have begun opening up pre-orders now.
Here is where you can currently find pre-orders open for both versions of the system:
Update #1: Sony has now added an official registration page for PlayStation 5 pre-orders. Once registered, you can potentially be one of the first to have an opportunity to pre-order a PS5.
We're only a few short months away from the Holiday season where we can expect the PlayStation 5 to release and begin a new generation of consoles. At this point, fans are just waiting for three things; a price, release date, and pre-orders to start. Numerous retailers now have pages dedicated to the PS5 that will eventually be where pre-orders take place. If you haven't been informed regarding the details of the PlayStation 5 we've have detailed everything that we know about the system up to now. While nothing has been confirmed, there have been rumors that Sony will announce the price(s) of the PlayStation 5 sometime this month.
To help prepare you for the highly anticipated console here are options as to where you can pre-order once it officially goes live. Pre-orders are likely to go fast so having quick access to different sellers will make your search much easier.
- Amazon pre-order page
- GameStop pre-order page
- Best Buy pre-order page
- Walmart pre-order page
- Target pre-order page
For those looking to buy at either Best Buy or GameStop, you can sign up for an e-mail alert for when pre-orders go on sale. You can also sign up directly through Sony on their website. Sony has said in the past that fans will be well aware when pre-orders go up after a false rumor regarding pre-orders took flame earlier this year. We will update this page once pre-orders go up so be sure to check back into DualShockers on-site as well as our Twitter page.
If you are also interested in the Xbox Series X, be sure to check out our pre-order article as well.