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The Xbox Series X vs PS5 Game Comparison Chart provides an easy visual aid for comparing which games will be available each time their console is turned on.

Since Xbox Series X will be available on November 10, 2020, PlayStation 5 will be launched on November 12 in the United States, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea, and in the nineteenth in all other countries and regions, some games may or may not be available depending on the launch dates. Or exclusive. Since third-party games released during the PlayStation 5 launch will also be available on Xbox Series X on that day, those games will count for both parties to make it easier to read the blueprints, and dates will be indicated (except for exclusive cases).

Reminder: This page is dedicated to Launching titles Just.

Please note that for the purposes of this guide it is still being updated – some third-party addresses for each of the consoles may not be confirmed yet, or you may have set an exclusive time on a particular console. Also, some games may not be fully optimized for next-gen consoles until some time has passed by launch (like Destiny 2 and For Honor).

Currently, there are 35 games will be available for Xbox Series X at launch, and 26 games available for PlayStation 5. The items in In bold Reference to Smart Delivery or similar software for free upgrade to next generation console if current generic game is owned. Regarding Exclusive Consoles, this chart does not take computer versions into account.

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Third-party games launched on both devices
Assassins Creed Valhalla Borderlands 3 Call of Duty: Cold War Black Ops

(13 November)

Cyberpunk 2077

(November 19)

Destiny 2: Beyond Light Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition Dirt 5 For the honor
It is an electronic game Just Dance 2021 Manneteer Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate

(17 November)

NBA 2K21 * Observer: System Redux Planet Coaster Warhammer: Chaosbane – The Killer Edition
Watch the Dogs Corps
Launching first-party games at launch
PlayStation 5 Xbox Series X.
Astro games room Forza Horizon 4
Demon souls Gears 5
Destroy all stars Gear tactics
Marvel’s Spider-Man Remaster ** Earthed
Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Uri and the will of wisps
Sackboy: Great Adventure
Exclusive third-party console game release at launch
PlayStation 5 Xbox Series X.
Bogusnax Bright Memory 1.0.0 update
Godval Royal kitchen
the passage He died in broad daylight
King Oddball
Multiple park
Tetris Effect: Connected
the tourist
Loud wars
Yakuza: Like a dragon
Yes, your grace
  • NBA 2K21 only has a free upgrade to the next generation when purchasing the Mamba Forever Edition
    • Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered can only be purchased as part of Marvel’s Spider-Man Final Edition: Miles Morales

While many games are released at launch for each console, only a few will be brand new games, that will be released either simultaneously with the current platforms, or only for the following consoles. This infographic does not include any variants of “Final Releases” or current games with new content.

New third-party games on both devices
Assassins Creed Valhalla Call of Duty: Cold War Black Ops
Cyberpunk 2077 Just Dance 2021
New exclusive console games for first and third parties
PlayStation 5 Xbox Series X.
Astro games room Falconeer
Bogusnax Yakuza: Like a dragon
Satanic souls
Destroy all stars
Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales
Sackboy: Great Adventure
the passage
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Microsoft has confirmed that both Xbox Series X and Series S will support all games playable on Xbox One – which includes currently supported Xbox 360 games and Xbox original games. However, those that require a Kinect may not be compatible.

Meanwhile, Sony stated that most PlayStation 4 games will be compatible with the PS5 console at launch. Some of these games will receive “Boost Mode” to increase their frame rate capabilities beyond what the PS4 is capable of. However, the PS5 will not be compatible with the PS3, PS2 or PS1 games. See the PS5 backward compatibility page for more information.