In what seemed like a massive move for Sony, PC gamers began to rejoice after hearing the news of Demon’s Souls coming to PC and other consoles, however, Sony has corrected the release information since yesterday’s showcase. Here’s what you need to know.
In what seemed like a major win for PC and PlayStation 4 owners, it seemed that the Demon’s Souls remake was gearing up or a cross-platform release, allowing for both PC and PlayStation 4 to Prepare to Die once again
However, it seems that the information was stated incorrectly and was caused by “Human Error” and that the game “is just for PS5,” in a response to Kotaku’s Ian Walker. The news of Demon’s Souls comes after the mind-boggling success of Bluepoint Games’ release of the Shadow of Colossus Remake, which took fans by surprise in 2018.
For the past two years, the same team has been hard at work bringing one of the most sought-after remakes to life. Now, it seems that we’ll be seeing the game remaining a Playstation 5 exclusive, setting Bluepoint Games up for another huge success if Demon’s Souls is well-received by the fans of the original game, which launched as a PlayStation 3 exclusive back in 2009.
The Demon’s Souls Remake has been confirmed to be launching on November 12th, 2020, as a launch title for the PlayStation 5.
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