It might not be the best-selling console in the US, but Sony’s PlayStation 5 is probably the most wanted. More than a year after the launch of the PS5, the console is still in short supply. You can’t just walk into your local Walmart or Best Buy expecting to see one on the shelves – consoles are only available in stores in short, often unannounced, replenishment periods.
Part of the problem, of course, was the global semiconductor shortage. But another big part of the equation is high demand. There are many interesting and compelling titles to play on the Sony PlayStation 5, with more coming soon. And there are a number of top selling PS4 titles now available on PS5, enhanced with improved graphics, haptic feedback, faster load times and more.
Don’t have a Sony PlayStation 5 yet? You can use the buttons below to check their stock on Amazon, Walmart, and Best Buy, then keep reading to see what the most popular games are on that platform.
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Here are the 10 best-selling games for the PlayStation 5 on Amazon right now. Can’t get your hands on a PlayStation 5? Good news: Many of these titles are available on Sony PlayStation 4 and offer the option of upgrading the title to the PS5 at a later date.
Horizon Forbidden West Launch Edition (pre-order)
The highly anticipated sequel to 2017’s “Horizon Zero Dawn,” “Horizon Forbidden West” continues the story of hunter Aloy as she explores post-apocalyptic California, Utah and Nevada in the 31st century. Players will encounter new threats as they explore the open world and visit recognizable landmarks.
The game will launch on February 18, 2022. Pre-orders are now open.
Horizon Forbidden West, PS5 (pre-order), $ 70
Tales of Arise (pre-order)
Arriving on both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 on September 10, “Tales of Arise” is the latest in Bandai Namco’s “Tales Of” series. In the anime-style action RPG, players will explore two planets – one of which has quietly plundered the other for centuries – through the eyes of two people born on these worlds.
Tales of Arise, PS5 (pre-order), $ 60
NBA 2K22 (pre-order)
We’re just over a month away from the start of the 2021-22 NBA season, which means it’s time to release a new NBA 2K basketball game from 2K Games. Released on September 10, NBA 2K22 features a “My Career” mode, which takes players to the NBA or WNBA through different avenues based on their own in-game choices.
NBA 2K22, PS5 (pre-order), $ 70
“Demon’s Souls”, the first game in the “Souls” series, has been remade for the PlayStation 5, with its brutal and unforgiving difficulty level. Comicbook.com praised the “new coat of paint, better sounds, and new features” in its 5 out of 5 review of “Demon’s Souls,” calling it the only way to play the game.
Demon’s Souls, PS5, $ 45 (was $ 70)
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
The latest addition to Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed series, “Assassin’s Creed Valhalla” (2020) takes place mainly between 872 and 878 AD during a historically inspired conflict between the Viking and Anglo-Saxon kingdoms. The latest major game update (1.3.1), released on Tuesday, includes new abilities, new weapons, and a new “nightmare” difficulty setting.
Buy it now on Amazon for just $ 25, over half off.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, PS5, $ 25 (was $ 60)
Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Launch Edition
Move on, Peter Parker: Miles Morales is ready for the prime-time crime fight. Rollin Bishop of Comicbook.com says the action game is best known on the PlayStation 5: “Swinging through New York’s digital entertainment on the PS5 is downright majestic, and the game’s performance mode really deserves its name. . “
You can get a $ 20 discount on “Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Launch Edition” right now on Amazon.
Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Launch Edition, PS5, $ 30 (was $ 50)
Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart
“Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart”, the latest game in the popular franchise from Insomniac Games, takes place in two different universes – one that players are familiar with, and an alternate dimension where the hero Ratchet is more of a down-on. -her- the lucky heroine named Rivet who has never teamed up with an ally like Clank. The game introduces a new mechanic that allows players to travel in real time through interdimensional portals.
Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, PS5, $ 60 (was $ 70)
Call of Duty: Vanguard (pre-order)
The latest installment in the award-winning Call of Duty series puts players at the heart of key WWII battles on the eastern and western fronts of Europe, North Africa and the Pacific, single or multiplayer. And before asking, yes: of course there is a “zombie” mode. The title Activision will be released on November 5 and is currently available for pre-order.
Call of Duty: Vanguard (pre-order) $ 70
Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cup
Set in the 13th century and inspired by real events, players of this great open-world game fight to free the island of Tsushima from its Mongol captors. The 4.9-star “Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut” offers a new chapter on a whole new island to explore, one more hostile to our samurai hero.
Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut, PS5, $ 67
“Marvel’s Avengers” takes place in an alternate universe, where the world is in peril and the Avengers have dissolved. The game features two different experiences: a single-player story mode focused on Kamala Khan’s efforts to bring the heroes together and a live multiplayer mode filled with plenty of villains to bump into with friends.
Marvel’s Avengers, PS5, $ 20 (was $ 40)
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