A special edition of the MMORPG title from Bethesda and ZeniMax has been announced for the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S. The upcoming next-gen launch is titled The Elder Scrolls Online: Console Enhanced.
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Chinese video game developer miHoYo has announced a dedicated PS5 version of the popular JRPG title Genshin Impact. The next-gen launch will feature improved graphics and 4K resolution.
Video game makers Deep Silver and 4A Games have revealed that the third title in the Metro series is going to arrive on the next-gen. PC compatibility will also expand to include macOS and Linux soon.
The free-to-play looter shooter Warframe has been assigned a release date for the PlayStation 5 platform. Digital Extremes' upcoming next-gen release will be arriving on the PS5 on November 26.
An apparently accidental listing of Deathloop has appeared on the PlayStation Store in New Zealand. The listing has seemingly revealed the launch date for the upcoming PS5 title Deathloop.
Bloober Team's upcoming video game titled The Medium has been delayed to next year. The psychological horror title will launch for the Xbox Series X|S and PC. It was previously due out Holiday 2020.
Another Xbox Game Studios-published title has received next-gen-focused enhancements. Ori and the Will of the Wisps now has an optional 6K supersampled mode specifically for the Series X.
Toda, a comprehensive list of all backwards compatible titles from Rockstar Games that will be playable on the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S was revealed. This includes physical and virtual game copies.
It has been announced that the current-gen free-to-play title Warframe will be getting a next-gen release. The PS5 and Xbox Series X|S version of the game will have improvements over the current game.
Rare today revealed that thanks to the brand new enhancements coming to Sea of Thieves on next-generation consoles, the Xbox Series X and S will offer 60FPS gameplay and much faster loading times.
Epic Games has detailed the enhancements it will be deploying to the next-gen version of Fortnite on the release days of the Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5. These include 4K 60FPS support and more.
Video game maker Riot Forge has unveiled a launch window for its upcoming RPG title set in the League of Legends universe. Ruined King: A League of Legends Story, it will land on multiple platforms.
Video game developer The Farm 51 has announced that its PC title Chernobylite which is currently in Early Access will also be coming to consoles on both current and the next-generation platforms.
Hello Games has detailed the next-generation enhancements it will be bringing to No Man's Sky, which include various graphics improvements, better multiplayer, more complex bases, and more.
Gaijin Entertainment has announced a new update titled New Power for its MMO vehicle combat game War Thunder. Alongside the new update, the video game maker also revealed a PS5 launch for the game.
Ghostrunner, the upcoming new action cyberpunk title for current-gen consoles and PC, has been announced for Sony and Microsoft's next-generation consoles. It slated to release in 2021.
Today, the release dates for the upcoming title Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition were revealed. The digital release for next-gen consoles is slated for November, with the physical launch in December.
In an interview to Famitsu, Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Jim Ryan has confirmed that PlayStation 5 will not be backward compatible with the games released for PS1, PS2, or PS3.
A new edition of DMC 5 has been announced for the PlayStation 5 series, Xbox Series X and Series S. Titled DMC 5 Special Edition, it will be available on next-gen consoles since day one.
Gearbox has confirmed that its action RPG title Borderlands 3 will be making its way to the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X/S. Additionally, a new DLC featuring a new Skill Tree was also detailed.
Ubisoft has confirmed that Rainbow Six Siege will be available on next-gen consoles. It has also confirmed that users will be able to play the game in 4K at 120fps on the new hardware.
Recently, a Ubisoft support page has come to light, revealing more information about backward compatibility on the PS5. Apparently, Sony's next-gen console won't be support games beyond the PS4 era.
Microsoft showcased a number of next-gen titles at its Inside Xbox event this week, then went on to launch a few new Surface products and of course, released Insider builds. Catch up below.