Now that the next-gen consoles are out, console manufacturers Sony and Microsoft are working hard to show off the games that will be coming to the Xbox Series X/S and the PlayStation 5 over the next year or two. A new montage from Sony has revealed some details about exclusivity periods for notable games like Deathloop, Ghostwire Tokyo, Gran Turismo 7, and more.
For example, Gran Turismo 7 appears to be a true PS5 exclusive, with no apparent plans for any other releases, even on the PS4, whereas the stylish shooter Deathloop will be exclusive to the PS5 (and not other consoles) for one year after its release date. However, it will be available on PC at launch.
Ghostwire Tokyo has the same deal as Deathloop, with one year of PS5 console exclusivity and a simultaneous PC launch. Project Athia will also be available for PC at launch, but it will be console-exclusive on the PS5 for two years after its release date. The montage also highlights already-released PS5 exclusives like the Demon’s Souls remake and console-exclusive Godfall. For a full list of PS5 games, check out our list of confirmed and expected PS5 games.