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Sony postpones PS5 launch title Destruction All Stars to February 2021 • Eurogamer.net

Sony postpones PS5 launch title Destruction All Stars to February 2021 • TECH GAMING REPORT

It became the title of PlayStation Plus.

Sony postponed the PlayStation 5 release title, Destruction All Stars, just a few weeks before the console went on sale.

The action racing game was scheduled to go on sale on November 12, 2020 with the PS5 for £ 70. Pete Smith, Sony’s product development director, said it was launched at some point in February 2021 and will be included in the PlayStation Plus for two months. Playstation blog..

“Destruction All Stars is the best multiplayer game when competing online with gamers around the world,” Smith said.

“I want as many people as possible to experience the PS5 mayhem, is there a better way than offering the game to PlayStation Plus members?

“Next week, we’ll bring you the latest trailers and game details so you can see exactly what you can expect from a download in February.

“This may be disappointing news for some who were trying to play the game at launch, but we hope you understand the decision.”

Pre-orders will be refunded, according to Smith.

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Destruction AllStars is a type of rocket league with no ball experience, with the splash of Destruction Derby. Vehicle-based combat is taking place in arenas around the world.

It’s the work of Liverpool-based studio Lucid Games, formed from the ashes of Metropolis Street Racer, Project Gotham Racing, and Blur developer Bizarre Creations. Lucid is probably best known for developing Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions, but the team behind Destruction All Stars has a lot of work on Wip Eout before Sony closed its developer Sony Liverpool in August 2012. There is a main character.

Due to this delay, the PS5’s first-party launch lineup has been thinned to include Demon’s Souls, Spider-Man: Miles Morales, and Sackboy: Big Adventure.

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