Top 5 Playstation 5 Games

The playstation 5 games has been out for over two years now, but it’s still a great console to play some of the best games on. You can also transfer most PS4 games over to the new console and enjoy free upgrades like better frame rates.

The system is also snappy and clean, with new features like Activity Cards that show information like trophies you can go after or challenges you can take on. Some games even benefit from improved graphical performance, including Days Gone and God of War.

1. Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Game

After nearly two decades and four console generations, Ratchet & Clank still charms gamers. With its pristine graphics, it’s easy to see why. From the fine patterns of a Lombax’s fur to the improbable geometries of Dr. Nefarious’s pocket dimension, the game looks gorgeous.

The player controls Ratchet, a Lombax from planet Veldin, who wields a wrench as his melee weapon and a large arsenal of weapons. He’s joined by Clank, his sidekick who is a small robot. They battle Dr. Nefarious, a robotic tyrant.

2. The Last of Us

Whether you’re looking to relive or discover Joel and Ellie’s story, the latest version of Naughty Dog’s masterpiece takes full advantage of the PS5. It offers faster load times, higher resolution modes and adaptive trigger resistance for deeper combat immersion.

Demon’s Souls also benefits from the console’s super-fast SSD, allowing you to play at a silky-smooth 60fps. Horizon Forbidden West, Returnal and Tetris Effect are other noteworthy cross-generational games that look stunning on the new console.

3. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Besides ray-traced graphics and 60fps gameplay, the PS5 also boasts a super-fast SSD that makes games like Marvel’s Spider-Man and Days Gone look better than ever. The console is bundled with a free roguelike action-RPG called Astro’s Playroom, too.

This Zelda game follows the typical story arc of the series in which Link must vanquish an evil. Reviews from Polygon, Giant Bomb and more gave it perfect scores.

4. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

Every year, the Call of Duty community expects one thing from Activision’s studio: a traditional single-player campaign and a host of player-vs-player multiplayer modes. With Black Ops 4, Treyarch threw that expectation out the window.

The result is a quality package that includes standard online multiplayer, Zombies, and the new Blackout battle royale mode. The lack of a campaign may hurt some players, but the game is a satisfying experience overall.

5. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

A legendary open-world game gets remade for the PlayStation 5’s powerhouse hardware. It delivers on the emotional narrative and clever evolutions of combat that made its predecessor so compelling, plus it looks incredible in native 4K resolution.

In Skyrim, the ancient home of the Nords teeters on the brink of civil war. Battle for the throne against ferocious rulers, spirits of the wild, and the dragon Alduin.

6. Battlefield 5

DICE’s return to World War II reawakens the franchise’s traditional strengths with great graphics and destructible environments that fall apart as matches progress. That said, the game feels a little light on content at launch, and DICE’s decision to hold back modes like Firestorm until 2019 is a disappointment. But overall, this is a must-have for fans of the genre. Polygon’s review.

7. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

The new console’s SSD significantly reduces load times and the PS5 Pro’s cutting-edge GPU supports a 4K resolution at 60fps and ray-traced graphics. That’s more than enough for most people.

Infinite Warfare delivers a campaign that ranks with the series’ best. Unfortunately, the multiplayer fails to live up to its stellar campaign. Nevertheless, the game remains a must-have. Despite the controversy.

8. Assassin’s Creed Origins

As the name implies, Origins offers a fresh start for the Assassin’s Creed franchise. It largely moves away from the complex, soapy modern-day plots that have plagued the series.

Instead you play Bayek, an Egyptian medjay whose dark revenge story leads you to uncover the corrupt underbelly of Egypt’s ancient gods. That formula has served the series well enough but I yearn for a little more innovation.

9. Assassin’s Creed Syndicate

Assassin’s Creed Syndicate is the last entry in the series to feature the classic style of sneaking through city streets and taking down Templars. It was also one of the most refined classic Assassin’s Creed experiences, blending historical fiction with a fantastical world and top-notch combat.

Explore industrial era London with brother and sister Jacob and Evie Frye as you meet real-life historical figures from Charles Darwin to Florence Nightingale. 1868’s London was a time of realized dreams, and also a time of crime and corruption.

10. Call of Duty: Black Ops 3

The twelfth major title in the Call of Duty series, Black Ops III is set in 2065, where cutting-edge bio-technology has enabled a new breed of Black Ops soldier. The game features a campaign that is a cinematic thrill ride, multiplayer that offers the franchise’s deepest experience to date and remastered Zombies maps.

The game’s score was composed by Jack Wall and Treyarch’s Audio Director Brian Tuey.

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