PlayStation 5 – Coming 2020
In a livestream event on 11 June, we finally caught a glimpse of Sony’s brand-new PlayStation 5. With the fastest loading times ever and most advanced controller yet, PS5 release day can’t come soon enough. Plus, for the first time, a disc-free Digital Edition of the console will also be available. The sleek new design is a big change from previous models – the PS5 has a black core with curved white outer panels. No release date is confirmed just yet, but don’t worry. You can sign up for email alerts to be notified as soon as pre-orders go live. Zatu will keep you up to date with all the important news.
All new DualSense controller
The new wireless controller for PS5 is a huge leap forward from previous designs. It features a built-in microphone, so you won’t need a headset to talk to your friends – although the audio jack means it’s still headset-compatible. The DualSense is all about haptic feedback. New adaptive trigger buttons can resist pressure from your fingers to deliver a variety of powerful sensations. The DualSense controller has a sleek black and white design to match the new PS5 console.
Super Fast Loading Times
852GB SSD will give players shorter loading times than ever before.
For the first time an all-digital, disc free version of the console will also be available.
Sleek New Design
The PS5 has a black core with curved white exterior panels.
The new controller features haptic feedback, a built-in microphone and adaptive triggers.
Horizon: Forbidden West
Aloy returns in this sequel to Guerilla Games’ Horizon Zero Dawn. Civilisation has collapsed and humans live in tribes. Players can travel through a post-apocalyptic landscape, using Aloy’s signature bow to defend the earth from sinister robotic creatures.Read our 'Horizon: Forbidden West PS5 Preview' blog
Spider-Man: Miles Morales
Play as Miles Morales, star of Into the Spider-Verse, in this brand-new title from Insomniac Games. Web-sling your way through New York City, mastering new skills and powers to help Miles step into Spiderman’s legendary shoes.
Resident Evil: Village
The legendary horror franchise is back with the 8th instalment coming to PS5 in 2021. Next-gen graphics, grisly storytelling and intense first-person action promise to make this the most terrifying entry yet.
Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart
The beloved duo makes their grand return on the next-gen stage. The PS5’s new lightning-fast SSD will allow users to flick back & forth between levels with no loading times, offering a truly intergalactic adventure!