Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales
Sony's initial slate of supported entertainment apps has one big addition, Apple TV.
Play Peter's game (not the remaster), and maybe you can nab a tiny Miles.
It looks like Miles and Peter are working together when an old foe makes a break for it.
There are a lot of ways to transfer that data, though.
The book will set the stage for the game, just a few days before launch.
Like being able to use scans of your ears, better built-in TV audio may come later for PS5.
Bryan Intihar and Yuri Lowenthal have their own thoughts on Peter Parker's new look.
The webslinger looks a little different under the mask.
The remastered 2017 Spidey won't, but Miles is a different matter.
We might need to make a Punnett square to explain this one.
Your old Spidey save won't make the trek over to PS5.
While Sony plays its greatest hits, Xbox is setting itself up for the future.
Two of Sony's other big PS5 titles are actually cross-gen, just like the Miles Morales game.
Depending on where you live and shop, you may need to wait a bit longer.
The Ultimate Edition on PS5 will come with a remaster of the 2018 Spidey too.
Rift Apart will be one of Sony's first big titles to get another spotlight.
Some devs behind upcoming PS5 games discuss how they plan to use the new controller's features.
Insomniac says Miles' story won't be shortchanged.
Halo Infinite is gone, but it's not like the Xbox Series X had an amazing launch line-up with 343's shooter onboard.
The USgamer team gathers round to discuss the strengths and weaknesses of Xbox Series X and PS5.
You can cut the bells and whistles for that smooth frame rate.
PS5's two-tone look is also coming to all that box art.
It'll also show off "near-instant" loading.
We're getting a clearer picture of what Miles' adventure looks like.