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Board Games On PS5 - What Can We Expect?

PS5 games are going to be released soon. We may not know the confirmed games that are going to be launched, but we know for sure that the PS5 console is about to be released by the end of 2020. The specifications for the new console have slowly started to drop, and the developers are also announcing the titles for the new hardware.

Until there is an event solely held for a game reveal, we cannot guarantee the release of a particular game. Sony has always had an edge in the gaming console market because of the exclusive titles it provides such as the God of War, LittleBigPlanet, Uncharted, and Ratchet & Clank.

However, the Sony gaming console series can be unpredictable. They may not even launch games for a long time. But when they do launch it after a long time, the hardware will be advanced significantly, making the titles look even better.

There are some games already announced such as Ubisoft's Gods and Monsters, Warframe, Gothic, Rainbow Six Siege, Godfall, Outriders Lord of the Rings: Gollum, WRC 9, and Watch Dogs: Legion. What we would like to see is the recently launched ‘Scrabble Go’ from Scopely available on the console and needless to mention, Scrabble Go Cheat pops up along with any popular launches.   Furthermore, we can predict the return of Ghost of Tsushima, Death Stranding, Starfield, and The Last of Us: Part 2, Grand Theft Auto 6, God of War 2, Gran Turismo, and Cyberpunk 2077 in the upcoming PS5.

These are the most popular simulation games that the consoles provide. However, numerous board games can be enjoyed by board game enthusiasts who enjoy strategic depth, storytelling potential, and emergent mechanics. These games also make the console family and children-friendly. There are a variety of board games that you can play depending on your preference.

There are spooky storytelling games like Mysterium or classic games like Ludo, and survival games like Dead of Winter. All these games are available in the PS4 so we assume that they will also be available in the upcoming PS5.

Board games you can expect on the new PS5

The following are some board games available in PS4 and can be predicted to be available in the new PS5.

  • Monopoly Plus: Monopoly has been a staple board game in each household since 1935. It has a notorious reputation for being a friendship-ender. The Monopoly Plus has been equipped with 3D visuals that provide a deeper experience of the game. Furthermore, the game supports six players locally and one controller can be used by each player for the game.
  • The Jackbox Party Pack: This game does not literally consist of a board. The pack consists of five games such as a comedy trivia game You Don’t Know Jack 2015, a bluffing game Fibbage XL, a fill-in-the-blanks game Word Spud, Lie Swatter, and Drawful.

Guessing the word is always fun and when it comes between friends, it elevates the excitement to the next level. Isn’t it?

  • Armello: Armello is a strategic board game that can be played digitally on the console. The game combines tabletop strategies, trading card games, and RPGs. The game is a four-player game where each player is a hero that is to ascend the throne of the Kingdom of Armello.
  • Pure Chess: The most classic and strategic game in the world, chess is also provided on the console. The digital chess consists of HD visuals and a variety of DLC packs that the players can choose from.
  • Hasbro Family Fun Pack: This bundle consists of family games that have been out favorites for decades. The games included in this bundle are Monopoly Plus, Scrabble, Risk, and Trivial Pursuit Live. You can play these games online and locally both.Remember to take some help from scrabblewordfinderguide.com, but that’s just for beginners.Keep playing and have fun!

Conclusion

Although we cannot guarantee the games that will be available on the PS5, the PS4 and Ps5 are similar consoles. We expect the games carried by the PS4 to be carried by the PS5.

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