TOP 10 PS5 Games You Must Play


More than a year has passed since the release of the PS5, if you already own a PS5, then the following 10 games you do not want to miss. If you haven't bought PS5, you may want to get one immediately after reading these games.

1. Astro's PlayRoom

Astro's PlayRoom

A free-to-play game that comes with PS5, Astro's PlayRoom is largely designed to show off the fancy features of Sony's next-generation DualSense controller, but it's unexpectedly fun. It combines all the new features of DualSense haptic feedback, adaptive triggers, and microphones into the game, but it's also a lot of fun.

It is interesting to note that Astro's "game space" is the "inner space" of the PlayStation 5: the player's initial entry into the game takes them to CPU Square, from where they can travel to the four main game worlds: Cooling Springs, GPU Jungle, Memory Meadows, and the SSD Speedway. Each area delivers a different sensory experience in a unique way through DualSense, and platform jumps are unique. For example, in Memory Meadows, players can use the touchpad to control the direction of the ball's roll; in Cool Springs, players can jump around in a frog suit; and in GPU Jungle, players can put on a monkey suit and climb up and down the woods, swinging around.

2. Spider-Man Miles Morales

Spider-Man Miles Morales

Spider-Man: Miles Morales in the inheritance of the excellent points of the previous game, while all the details of the polishing also put Miles's own characteristics fully reflected, can feel the difference between its and Peter. Bioelectricity and camouflage, the addition of these two new superpowers, gives players a different playing experience. Miles, as the newest Spider-Man, is also different from Peter in terms of superpowers. In addition to the standard abilities of Spider-Man, he also has the ability to manipulate bioelectricity and stealth through environmental camouflage. These abilities are restored in the game very well at the same time, but also in the gameplay provides a lot of conveniences.

3. Forza Horizon3

Forza Horizon3

Forza Horizon 3, the game is set in the southern hemisphere of Australia, this work emphasizes the driving experience in the wild, the scene is very diverse, there are grasslands, beaches, deserts, towns, the choice of vehicles are also more, from supercar to off-road vehicles, everything. In addition to driving and racing freely in the open world, you will also be able to enjoy the beautiful scenery along the way. The graphics performance of this work has been greatly improved, both the car modeling and racing scene design, are enough to use "eye-catching" to describe.

4. Call of Duty: Black Ops

Call of Duty: Black Ops

Call of Duty: Black Ops is set in the 1960s and 1980s. You sometimes travel through the fierce battlefields of Vietnam, and sometimes as an ace spy stirring up trouble between the two superpowers, the United States and the Soviet Union. On this journey, you can still meet the old faces of the series such as Mason and Woods, but also have the opportunity to talk and laugh with Reagan, Gorbachev and other real historical figures. Different choices at some key points in the middle and late stages also bring multiple endings to this work. Although these elements are neither complex nor new, but more or less to the campaign part of the game brings a richer variety of play, as well as a higher repeat play value.

5. Final Fantasy VII Remake INTERGRADE

Final Fantasy VII Remake INTERGRADE

Compared to the PS4 original "Final Fantasy VII: Remake", the new PS5 "Final Fantasy VII: Remastered INTERGRADE " enhanced game graphics, specifically in the more detailed textures, more realistic lighting and fog effects. The game offers a "quality mode" that can reach 4K resolution, as well as a "performance mode" that can reach 60FPS. Based on the original storyline up to the escape from Midgar, with new original content, this is the first of an expected multi-part series.

6. Demon Souls Remakes

Demon Souls Remakes

Demon's Souls: Remakes, the game was released on November 12, 2020, along with the PS5 console. The game will be released with the PS5 console on November 12, 2020. Demon's Souls: Remakes screen has been fully enhanced and optimized, the visual effect is more detailed. ps5 host will be used for 60FPS/4K resolution quality

7. Returnal


Returnal is a roguelike shooting game, players need to manipulate the game in a spacesuit protagonist, after the mysterious alien planet crash landing, the protagonist fell into a bizarre time loop. Players will die again and again in the battle with monsters, and eventually, unlock the secrets of the planet. The protagonist will return to her crashed spaceship after each death, and the planet's environment will change each time she gets a new lease on life.

8. Deathloop


Deathloop is a next-generation first-person shooter developed by the award-winning Arkane Lyon. The studio previously created the critically acclaimed "Dishonored" (Shame) series. This new IP for the Deathloop game continues its design style, allowing players to make the game challenging in their own way. Two rival assassins are trapped in a mysterious time loop on Black Reef Island, doomed to repeat the same day forever. For Colt, the only way he has a chance to escape is to assassinate eight key targets before time resets, thus ending the time loop. Learn from each cycle: keep trying new paths, uncovering information and finding new weapons and abilities. Do whatever it takes to break the cycle.

9. Death Stranding Director’s Cut​

Death Stranding Director’s Cut

Death Stranding tells the story of Sam, the main character, who must bravely face up to the world that has been disfigured by death stranding, unite the existing society and save the human race in other dimensions. Death Stranding: Director's Cut is not only optimized for next-generation hosts, but also adds a variety of new elements as well as a certain amount of new storylines, so new and old players can enjoy the game.

10. Sackboy A Big Adventure

Sackboy A Big Adventure

Sackboy A Big Adventure is a 3D platform jumping game produced by Sumo Digital. As the game name suggests, players will play as a "Sackboy" and avoid enemies (or defeat them) by jumping, running, and attacking. This game has a multiplayer mode, supporting up to 4 players to play together.