I Guess We’ll Just Call It the PS5

We all swore that this was old news, but apparently the PS5 is coming out during "Holiday 2020" and will be called the PlayStation 5. It's got a new fancy controller with haptic feedback, adaptive triggers and a new speaker that Cliff and Dylan hate. It will support 8K support for some reason, has hardware based ray tracing and some really cool innovations both on how games are installed and how you can start them.

In other video game news:

  • Sony is finally opening up cross play to all games
  • Red Dead Redemption is finally coming to PC
  • The Atari VCS might be in trouble
  • Blizzard is facing boycotts after punishing a Hearthstone Grandmaster who made pro-Hong Kong remarks
  • What is Orange Ricky, Hero and Smashboy?

What Video Games We're Playing

Adam: Astral Chain, Apple Arcade

Cliff: Just Cause 4, Gears of War 5

Dylan: Apple Arcade 

Questions

Vinny: What could next gen console controllers improve upon that would be beneficial to you?

Princess_Megan: What would the name of your cult be and what would you worship?

Prince of Pringles: What action adventure games go on your personal mount Rushmore?

Mister Polite: With the Last of Us Remastered on Playstation Plus, I want to go back and relive the game, but at the same time, I am content with not going back. It was such a good game and experience but was fulfilled when the credits rolled. Is there a game or movie that was so good that you only wanted to experience one time.

JoeColeslaw: Where do you see the "game from your phone programs" (remote play, xcloud, stadia, Bethesda) within a year? How will device exclusive contracts and os cut offs affect the common gamer and not just the people with the latest technologies?

Princess_Mansocks: If you had to choose one console manufacturer for the rest of your life which would it be?

Cheap/Free Games

Epic Games:

  • Surviving Mars

Humble Bundle: 

  • https://www.humblebundle.com/monthly

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