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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 an easy visual aid to compare which games will be available at each of the respective console launches.

As the Xbox Series X becomes available on November 10, 2020, and PlayStation 5 launches on November 12 in the US, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea and on the 1

9th in all other territories, certain games may or may not not available depending on launch dates or exclusivity. Considering that third-party games released during PlayStation 5’s launch will also be available on Xbox Series X that day, these games will be counted for both parties for easier-to-read charts, and dates will be noted (except in the case of exclusivity).

Please note in this guide that it is still being updated – some third-party titles may not have been confirmed for both consoles yet or may have timed exclusivity on a particular console. In addition, some games may not be fully optimized for the next generation of consoles until some time after launch (e.g. Destiny 2, For Honor)

Currently, there are 35 games that will be available for Xbox Series X at launch and 26 games available for PlayStation 5. Items in Highlighted specify Smart Delivery or a similar program with free upgrade to the next gen console if the current gen game is owned. For “console exclusive”, this chart does not take into account PC releases.

Third-party games are released on both consoles
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Borderlands 3 Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War

(Nov. 13)

Cyberpunk 2077

(Nov. 19)

Destiny 2: Beyond Light Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition DIRT 5 In honor of
Fortnite Just Dance 2021 Maneater Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate

(Nov. 17)

NBA 2K21 * Observer: System Redux Planet Coaster Warhammer: Chaosbane – Slayer Edition
Watch Dogs Legion
First Party Games will be released at launch
PlayStation 5 Xbox Series X
Astros legeum Forza Horizon 4
Demons’ souls Gear 5
Destruction All stars Gears Tactics
Marvels Spider-Man Remastered ** Earth
Marvels Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ori and Wisp’s Will
Sackboy: A great adventure
Third-party console Exclusive games will be released at launch
PlayStation 5 Xbox Series X
Bugsnax Bright Memory 1.0
Godfall Royal kitchen
The Pathless Death by daylight
Signed up
King Oddball
Manifold Have
Tetris effect: Connected
The tourist
The Order of War
Yakuza: Som a dragon
Yes, your grace
  • NBA 2K21 only has a free next generation upgrade when you purchase Mamba Forever Edition
    • Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered can only be purchased as part of the ultimate edition of Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales

While many games will be released at launch for each console, only a few will be brand new games released either simultaneously with current gen platforms or only for next generation consoles. This chart does not include any variations of “ultimate editions” or existing games with new content.

New third-party games on both consoles
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War
Cyberpunk 2077 Just Dance 2021
New exclusive games for first and third party console
PlayStation 5 Xbox Series X
Astros legeum Falconeer
Bugsnax Yakuza: Som a dragon
Demon Souls
Destruction All stars
Marvels Spider-Man: Miles Morales
The Pathless


Microsoft has confirmed that both the Xbox Series X and Series S support all playable games on Xbox One – which include currently supported Xbox 360 and original Xbox games. Those that require a Kinect senor may not be compatible.

Meanwhile, Sony has stated that most all PlayStation 4 games will be compatible with the PS5 console at launch. Some of these games will even receive a “Boost Mode” to increase their framing features beyond what was available on the PS4. However, the PS5 is not compatible with PS3, PS2 or PS1 games. See the PS5 Backward Compatibility page for more information.

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