Sony delays PS5 launch game Destruction AllStars until next year

Sony delays PS5 launch game Destruction AllStars until next year

The PS5 is right around the corner, and to celebrate, a fancy new PlayStation app is rolling out to those with an account for the PlayStation Network. The PS app has been entirely redesigned and given new features like voice chat and, of course, native PS Store integration. Sony has integrated functionality from the PS Messages app into this new app so it can serve as a one-stop shop for seamless messaging between gamers.

Next week, we'll return with a brand-new trailer and more details on the game, so you'll know exactly what to expect when you download it in February. Now the main PlayStation app itself is getting an overhaul that's been built to compliment the gaming experience on both PS4 and PS5 consoles.

The PS Messages app has been integrated into the PS App, making it easier to keep in contact with friends.

Voice Chat and Party Groups - You can now create party groups from PS App, and voice chat with up to 15 other friends though your mobile phone. It's one of the PlayStation games launching at a new higher price point of $70, meaning that new "free as part of PS Plus" price looks pretty appealing.

Hi everyone - we wanted to share a quick update on our plans for Destruction AllStars.

PlayStation also highlights special PS5 features, such as the ability to remote launch games, manage your consoles storage, and sign into the PS5 via the app.

All the Latest PlayStation News - The Explore tab surfaces Official News from game developers and PlayStation Blog content to help you stay up to date with the world of PlayStation. You can download it on iOS or Android via the links.

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