Xbox Series X vs PlayStation 5 Launch Game Comparison Chart – Xbox Series X Wiki Guide

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Xbox Series X Vs. The PS5 Launch Game Comparison Chart provides a simple visual aid to compare which games will be available at each console launch of the respective games.

The Xbox Series X will be available on November 10, 2020, and the PlayStation 5 will launch on November 12 in the United States, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea. May or may not be available depending on launch date or specifications. Third-party games released during the PlayStation 5 release that day will also be available on the Xbox Series X, these games will count for both parties for ease of reading charts, and dates will be noted (except in the case of exclusivity).

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Please note that for the purpose of this guide it is still being updated – some third party titles have not yet been confirmed for both consoles, or there may be time specificity on a particular console. Also, some games may not be fully optimized for the next gen console until the launch (e.g. Destiny 2, Honor).

Currently, there are 35 games that will be available for the Xbox Series X at launch, and 26 games for the PlayStation 5. This chart does not include backwards compatible games – and the current gen games included in these lists have been confirmed. Upgrade to the next Jane console. Inside things Bold If the current Gene is owned by the game, suggest a program similar to Smart Delivery or Free Upgrading on the next Gene console. In terms of “console exclusive”, this chart does not take into account PC release.

Free third party games on both consoles
Assassin Creed Valhalla Borderlands 3 Call of Duty: Black Ps Cold War

(November 13)

Cyberpunk 2077

(November 19)

Destiny 2: Beyond the Light Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition DRT5 For honor
Fornite Just Dance 2021 Monitor Terrible Combat 11 Ultimate

(November 17)

NBA 2K21 * Inspector: System Redux Planet coaster Wham Rahmar: Chaosben – Slayer Edition
See Dogs Legion
First party games are released at launch
PlayStation 5 Xbox Series X.
Astro’s room Forza Horizon 4
Demon spirits Gears 5
Destruction all stars Gears tricks
Marvel’s Spider-Man remaster ** Grounded
Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Measles and Wills of Wills
Sack Kaboy: A great adventurer
Third party console exclusive games are being released at launch
PlayStation 5 Xbox Series X.
Bugsnacks Bright Memory 1.0
Godfall Meal Royale
Pathless Dead by daylight
King Odb ball l
Manifold Garden
Tetris effect: Connected
War Thunder
Yakuza: Like a dragon
Yes, your grace
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    • Marvel’s Spider-Man remaster can only be purchased as part of the final version of Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morels

While multiple games are being introduced at launch time for each console, there will be only a few brand new games, which will be introduced simultaneously with the current General platform, or only for the next General Console. This chart does not contain any variations of “Final Editions” or existing games with new content.

New third party games on both consoles
Assassin Creed Valhalla Call of Duty: Black Ps Cold War
Cyberpunk 2077 Just Dance 2021
New First and Third Party Console Exclusive Games
PlayStation 5 Xbox Series X.
Astro’s room Falconier
Bugsnacks Yakuza: Like a dragon
Demon spirits
Destruction all stars
Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales
Sack Kaboy: A great adventurer


Microsoft has confirmed that both the Xbox Series X and Series S will support all playable games on the Xbox One – including the currently supported Xbox 360 and native Xbox games. However, those that need a connect sensor may not be compatible.

Sony, meanwhile, has said that most all PlayStation 4 games will be compatible with the PS5 console at launch. Some of these games will receive a “boost mode” to enhance their framerate capabilities than was enabled on the PS4. However, the PS5 will not be compatible with PS3, PS2, or PS1 games. See the compatibility page behind the PS5 for more information.