Sony may not be coming to E3 in 2019 but the company has been revealing bits and pieces of information about the next-generation gaming console that it’s working on. It has previously been confirmed that the PlayStation 5 will feature SSD storage, 3D audio, and 8K graphics support in addition to backward compatibility with current PS4 games. Sony has now provided a demo of the PlayStation 5 load times and they’re impressive, to say the least.
The shift from HDD to SSD storage would have understandably contributed to the improvement in load times but one also has to factor in the other hardware improvements which will speed up load times significantly.
So far for the most part, some of Nintendo games that are released are typically accompanied by a demo ahead of their release. Take for example ARMS and Mario Tennis Aces, both of which offered players a demo that they can check out and play before deciding whether or not they want to buy the game.
With that being said, the question is will the upcoming Super Smash Bros. Ultimate feature a demo as well? Unfortunately it seems that the jury is still out on that one. Speaking to IGN in an interview during the San Diego Comic-Con, Nintendo's Bill Trinen seemed to suggest that the company had yet to make a decision on whether or not that will be happening.
The much awaited Final Fantasy XV PC demo is finally available today. PC gamers will finally be able to get a sense of how this title performs on PC ahead of its launch which is due next week. Square Enix had previously confirmed that it would be releasing the demo on February 26th and it has stuck to its word.
The Final Fantasy XV demo can be downloaded from a couple of different platforms. Gamers can get it from the Microsoft Store, Steam, and Origin. It’s not clear at this point in time just how much content is available in this demo. Square Enix had said that there are “opening main quests” in the Final Fantasy XV PC demo alongside a tutorial.
Greetings Gran Turismo fans! Now that we are in the final countdown to the launch of GT Sport, we thought there was no better way to show our appreciation than by giving the PS community a head start on their racing journey. We are excited to announce a free GT Sport 4-day demo, available via PlayStation Store from October 9th through October 12th.
PS Plus members will be able to pre-load the demo starting from October 7th at 8:00am PT, with access to the game on October 9th, at 12:00am PT. For everyone else, download and access to the demo starts October 9th at 6:00pm PT. The demo officially ends October 12th at 8:00am PT.
While it will probably be awhile before we finally get the Pokemon RPG on the Nintendo Switch, the good news is that if you are a Pokemon fan and want to see Pokemon games on the Switch, there is the upcoming Pokken Tournament DX that could be worth looking forward to, and the good news is that a playable demo will be available starting tomorrow.
In an announcement by Nintendo of America, the company has revealed that a playable demo of Pokken Tournament DX will be released on the 23rd of August via the Nintendo eShop at 9PM PT or 12AM ET. This playable demo will let players take the game for a test run before deciding whether or not they want to part with their hard-earned money.
For those who are fans of the Monster Hunter franchise, you might have heard that in May, the folks at Capcom announced that Monster Hunter XX would be coming to the Nintendo Switch. If this is something that you might be interested in, then know that starting next week, the demo of the game will be available.
This means that gamers who want to take the game for a spin before buying it can do so starting from the 10th of August. The game itself will be released on the 25th of August, but the demo will be available via the eShop before then. However if you might recall, Capcom did state that the game is currently only slated for a release in Japan.