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PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X in 2021 Release Schedule

Just over two months after the release, the PS5 and Xbox Series X / S are still considered the most popular gadgets in the world. While it’s still very difficult to get your hands on a new series of the game, and if you could get it, you can enjoy something unprecedented in this gaming history. We are all waiting for the new upcoming games – PS 5 and Xbox Series X in 2021 that could be played both on PC and mobile phones. As per the latest updates, we have listed the most awaited games of 2021 with the release date and other specifications. Refer to the table to find all the new upcoming games for 2021 in the table given below. 

Release Schedule of PS 5 and Xbox Series X

GAME

RELEASE DATE XBOX SERIES OR PS5? Cross-gen?

PC required or not?

MXGP 2020 01/14/2021 PS5 only No, PS5 exclusive No
Hitman 3 01/20/2021 Both Free upgrade from digital Yes
Ride 4 01/21/2021 Both No No
Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy 01/26/2021 PS5 No, PS5 exclusive Yes
Cyber Shadow 01/26/2021 PS5 only No, PS5 exclusive Yes
The Medium 1/28/2021 Xbox only No Yes
The Pedestrian 1/1/2021 PS5 only No, PS5 exclusive Yes
Control: Ultimate Edition 02/02/2021 Both Yes, upgrade only with Ultimate Edition Yes
Destruction AllStars 02/02/2021 PS5 only No, PS5 exclusive No
Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood 02/04/2021 Both Yes Yes
Nioh Remastered – The Complete Edition 02/05/2021 PS5 only No, PS5 exclusive No
Nioh 2 Renastered – The Complete Edition 02/05/2021 PS5 only No, PS5 exclusive No
Little Nightmares 2 02/11/2021 Both Yes Yes
Yakuza: Like a Dragon 03/02/2021 (PS5) Available now on Xbox, PS5 on 03/02/2021 Yes Yes
Monster Energy Supercross: The Official Videogame 4 03/11/2021 Both Yes Yes
Samurai Spirits (aka Samurai Shodown) 03/16/2021 Xbox only Yes Yes

 

Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood 02/04/2021 Both Yes Yes
Nioh Remastered – The Complete Edition 02/05/2021 PS5 only No, PS5 exclusive No
Nioh 2 Renastered – The Complete Edition 02/05/2021 PS5 only No, PS5 exclusive No
Little Nightmares 2 02/11/2021 Both Yes Yes
Yakuza: Like a Dragon 03/02/2021 (PS5) Available now on Xbox, PS5 on 03/02/2021 Yes Yes
Monster Energy Supercross: The Official Videogame 4 03/11/2021 Both Yes Yes
Samurai Spirits (aka Samurai Shodown) 03/16/2021 Xbox only Yes Yes
Returnal 03/19/2021 PS5 only No, PS5 exclusive No
It Takes Two 03/26/2021 Both Yes Yes
Balan Wonderland 03/26/2021 Both Yes Yes
Terminator: Resistance 03/26/2021 PS5 only Yes Yes
Disco Elysium: The Final Cut 03/01/2021 (PS5) PS5 on 03/031/2021; Xbox TBD Yes Yes
Kena: Bridge of Spirits March 2021 PS5 only Yes Yes
Outriders 04/01/2021 Both Yes Yes
Guilty Gear Strive 04/09/2021 PS5 only Yes Yes
Curse of the Sea Rats 04/01/2021 Both Yes Yes
Resident Evil Village 05/07/2021 Both Yes, the free upgrade Yes

Both the PS 5 and Xbox Series X have come within seven years of the last generation of console hardware. And while it’s likely within the first year of both the console that many of the hottest titles may launch on last- and current-gen simultaneously, there’s still a good number of games that will be exclusively playable only on a PS5 or Xbox Series X / S.

Besides 4K, the solid-state drives, and other spec changes, Microsoft and Sony have collaborated closely to support every title in the existing console platforms’ libraries. Every Xbox, Xbox 360, and Xbox One game is currently playable on the available Xbox One hardware (minus Kinect games) and will be available on the Series X / S, hence Sony is supporting a “large majority” of PS4 games, of more than 4,000 titles.

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