8 Best PlayStation 5 Games in 2020

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What are the best PlayStation 5 games at the moment? It’s been over a month since Sony’s PlayStation 5 was released globally. If you were able to secure one, you are in the luck. At the moment it is difficult to secure this next-gen console due to scalpers and a very high-demand.

The PlayStation 5 features new hardware which is designed to take gaming to the next level. While there are a few PlayStation 5 exclusives, developers have released patches for older PS4 games so they could take advantage of the PS5’s powerful hardware. In this post, we take you through the best games you can play on your PlayStation 5 console at the moment.

Astro’s Playroom

Astro’s Playroom was the first game that was showcased on the PS5. This fun game comes pre-loaded with the PS5 and it is ready to be played immediately you turn on your next-gen console.

Astro’s Playroom is dedicated to the PS5’s DualSense controller and is a great way to feel the haptic feedback and whatever the controller has to offer.

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition

The launch title for the PlayStation 5, Miles Morales is the sequel to the 2018 Marvel’s Spider-Man. This game was developed from the scratch for the PlayStation 5 which means players will enjoy features such as ray tracing or be able to play on 60fps. Insomniac games have also released an update which combines both features.

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The Ultimate Edition of this game also includes a completely remastered version of the 2018 Marvel’s Spider-Man. Without a doubt, Miles Morales is one of the best PlayStation 5 games at the moment.

Demon Souls

Demon Souls is another is another next-gen PS5 exclusive. Developer FromSoftware made a remake of 2009’s Souls game from BluePoint Games and it is designed to take advantage of the PS5’s powerful hardware. Enjoy stunning graphics and fast load-times as you play through this action RPG.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

Assasin’s Creed Valhalla is a cross-gen title from Ubisoft. Since it was released, an update has been added to the game so it can take advantage of the PS5’s powerful hardware. In Valhalla, players player’s take on the role of Eivor, a Viking raider leading his people out of Norway to settle in England. Eivor can be played as either a male or female character.

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Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War

There is no better way to feel the adaptive triggers of the DualSense controller at the moment than with Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. Developed by Treyarch and Raven Software, the latest COD game is a cross-gen title which has been optimized on the PS5 to look like a proper next-gen title.

Black Ops Cold War follows last year’s Modern Warfare and delivers arguably the best campaign missions on any COD game.


Bugsnax is the first free PlayStation 5 game on PS Plus. In the first-person adventure game, you play as an investigative journalist as you explore Snaktooth Island, home to legendary half-bug half-snack creatures, Bugsnax. Players will discover, hunt and capture all 100 critters while tracking down and reuniting the island’s inhabitants at the same time.

Ghost of Tsushima

Originally a PS4 title, Developer Sucker has released a patch that lets Ghost of Tsushima run on 60fps with improved graphics. Ghost of Tsushima was released this year and is already one of the best games on PlayStation ever. In this action-adventure game, players take on the role of Jin Sakai as he plots a way to save his beloved Tsushima from the invasion of the Mongol army.

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FIFA 21 is another cross-gen title which is now available on the PS5. Originally released on the PS4, the game has now has a next-gen version which can be upgraded for free for those who made the purchase on PS4.

FIFA 21 on PS5 comes with outstanding graphics and players now look realistic more than ever. The game also takes advantage of the DualSense controller.

There you go! These are the best PlayStation 5 games at the moment. 2021 promises to be a bigger year for gaming with so many next-gen titles lined-up for the PlayStation 5.

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