Sony recently held its summer PS5 event where it unveiled major gameplays of the upcoming console. The event featured Final Fantasy 16, Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Harry Potter Hogwarts Legacy and much more. But, the event also showcased the gameplay for the Demon's Souls gameplay which left gamers confused whether it will be coming to PC.
Sony recently unveiled the trailer for their Demon’s Souls remake and ended it by stating it will not be available on other consoles for a limited time and will also be available for PC. However, Kotaku reached out to Sony who has now confirmed that the game will in fact, not be coming to PC and any other consoles. It will be a PS5 exclusively which is now speculated to be only for a limited time.
The Demon’s Souls remake will not be released on any of Sony’s previous consoles either. So, an Xbox release is out of the question. The PS5 developer company has also confirmed that Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Demon’s Soul remake will be the on-launch games for the latest console.
Sony has also gone to the lengths of pulling the Demon’s Souls remake trailer from YouTube. Demon’s Souls initially released back in 2009 as a PlayStation 3 game but never really lost its thunder as fans kept gravitating back to it. Its popularity was far enough for the developers to keep its servers active for multiple years, only to shut it down in 2018. Demon's Souls return to the mainstream gaming era along with updated graphics is evidently an attraction for longtime gamers who might eventually end up buying the latest PS5 console just to experience the game all over again.
The original description of Demon's Souls remake posted under the YouTube trailer had revealed that it will allow players to choose between two graphics mode. While one focuses on frame rates, the second one changes the frame rates. This means that players will be able to get their extra nostalgia-punch with the game as it can revert back to its original graphics from the previous decade. The Demon's Souls remake will launch exclusively for PS5 on its launch day of November 12, 2020.