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The PlayStation 5 dashboard and UI will intro some huge changes

The PlayStation 5 dashboard and UI will intro some huge changes

Sony's "The Future of Games" presentation last week held a surprise waiting at the end: a look at the actual PlayStation 5, something few of us were expecting. Throughout the presentation, we caught glimpses of various aspects of the PlayStation 5 as well, including a very brief look at the console's new UI. One Sony executive has now shared more information about the PlayStation 5's UI, but it seems that he may have shared a bit too much.

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The PS5 reveal was huge: Here’s what mattered

The PS5 reveal was huge: Here’s what mattered

Yesterday, Sony gave the fans what they wanted and revealed some of the games that are currently in development for the PlayStation 5. It was a big event that stretched on for more than an hour, and much of that time was taken up by trailers for upcoming games. There were a lot of reveals both big and (relatively) small, so if you missed the show yesterday, he's a recap of all the major announcements.

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What is going on with this PS5 Spider-Man game?

What is going on with this PS5 Spider-Man game?

In the opening minutes of its PlayStation 5 event yesterday, Sony and Insomniac Games announced Spider-Man: Miles Morales. It wasn't immediately clear what Spider-Man: Miles Morales was, and the lone teaser trailer Sony and Insomniac showed off didn't do anything to clear things up. Is it a sequel to Spider-Man? A standalone expansion? A remaster of Spider-Man for PS5 that included new content centered on Miles Morales? It was impossible to say from that teaser trailer alone.

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Spider-Man: Miles Morales isn’t a fully-fledged sequel after all

Spider-Man: Miles Morales isn’t a fully-fledged sequel after all

One of the headliners for Sony's PlayStation 5 event yesterday was, unquestionably, Spider-Man: Miles Morales. The only thing we saw concerning the game was a teaser trailer, with no further information from the folks at Insomniac, leaving us to wonder if this was a proper sequel or if it was more of an expansion to Insomniac's existing Spider-Man game on PS4. Apparently, it's the latter.

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Resident Evil 8 ‘Village’ revealed for PS5: Here’s what we know

Resident Evil 8 ‘Village’ revealed for PS5: Here’s what we know

Sony's PlayStation 5 unveiling event today included the trailers for a number of games, one of which is the anticipated eighth Resident Evil installment, one called Resident Evil Village. The "village" in the title is meant to symbolize the game's rank in the series by subtly using Roman numerals (VIllage). Along with a relatively long look at the game, we also know when the title will drop.

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These are the official PS5 accessories

These are the official PS5 accessories

In addition to giving us our first look at the PlayStation 5 itself today, Sony also revealed a number of first-party accessories that will presumably launch alongside the console later this year. That Sony has a lineup of accessories ready to launch isn't anything shocking - after all, Sony already makes a rather large range of first-party accessories for the PlayStation 4 as well.

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Horizon Forbidden West rounds out Sony’s first-party PS5 reveals

Horizon Forbidden West rounds out Sony’s first-party PS5 reveals

We had a feeling that Sony would save one of its biggest announcements for last during today's PlayStation 5 livestream, and boy were we right. Many people went into today's event expecting to see something about the next game in the Horizon series, and they got exactly what they were expecting with the reveal of Horizon Forbidden West.

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Sony PlayStation 5 revealed: Original and Digital Edition

Sony PlayStation 5 revealed: Original and Digital Edition

The Sony PlayStation 5 console was revealed in full in the afternoon of June 11, 2020. This was the first time the public was shown a full view of the console - along with its first set of accessories. This PS5 was shown at an event that largely focused on games that'd be released on the machine, not all at launch, but certainly all in a way that was meant to demonstrate the power of the console.

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PS5’s best game yet is about a stray cat

PS5’s best game yet is about a stray cat

The game's name is Stray. It was revealed this afternoon by Sony at their big PlayStation 5 game event. This was before the actual console hardware was revealed, but after the console's specs were revealed. We know what the controller looks like, we know how the controller works, we know there'll be a bunch of awesome games for the console - and now we know we'll be able to test out the graphics and hardcore processing abilities of the PS5 as we explore a futuristic city as a stray cat.

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Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales revealed for PlayStation 5

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales revealed for PlayStation 5

Marvel's Spider-Man is definitely one of the more popular PlayStation 4 exclusives, and it looks like we're going to get a follow-up featuring Miles Morales for the PlayStation 5. While Sony's PlayStation 5 livestream event is still ongoing, the company kicked it off in a big way, debuting a teaser trailer that showed Miles Morales taking the fight to some evildoers in his familiar black and red Spidey suit.

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PS5 Live Stream video today: How to watch, and where

PS5 Live Stream video today: How to watch, and where

The Sony PlayStation 5 live reveal event was scheduled for Thursday, June 11, at 1PM Pacfic Time. This event will be a pre-taped broadcast - but broadcast for the first time "live" at 1PM Pacific Time. This event will be shown at 1080p and 30fps. This is significantly lower resolution and with a lower frame rate than the PlayStation 5 (PS5) itself is capable of displaying - "The games you’ll see on Thursday will look even better when you play them on PS5 with a 4K TV, as you’d expect."

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The Last of Us Part II has a ton of accessibility options

The Last of Us Part II has a ton of accessibility options

The Last of Us Part II is right around the corner, and today, Sony and Naughty Dog are detailing the accessibility options that will be present in the game. There are a lot of them too, with Naughty Dog detailing over 60 individual settings. Those should hopefully be enough for most people to tailor their gameplay experience to suit their needs.

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