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Hello, I've decided to keep track of PS5 physical releases from day 1. I'll only be keeping track of the regular editions of each game, and only the American versions. By using unboxing videos, I'll also hopefully have a detailed list of inserts as well. Feel free to correct me if you find any mistakes here, and please offer any suggestions below.

 

      Inserts  
1 2020-11-12 Assassin's Creed Valhalla 2 Bonus mission code, Limited warranty
2 2020-11-12 Demon's Souls 0  
3 2020-11-12 Godfall 1 Pre-order digital loot code
4 2020-11-12 NBA 2K21 1 Bonus content code
5 2020-11-12 Maneater 0  
6 2020-11-12 Planet Coaster: Console Edition 0  
7 2020-11-12 Sackboy: A Big Adventure 0  
8 2020-11-12 Spider-Man Miles Morales 1 Bonus items code
9 2020-11-13 Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War 1 COD War Zone ad
10 2020-11-17 Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate 1 DLC code
11 2020-11-19 DIRT 5 0  
12 2020-11-24 Just Dance 2021 0  
13 2020-11-24 Watch Dogs: Legion 2 Golden King pack code, season pass ad
         
14 2020-12-01 Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition 0  
15 2020-12-03 Immortals: Fenyx Rising 2 A Tale of Fire and Lightning code, season pass ad
16 2020-12-04 FIFA 21 Nxt Lvl Edition 3 DLC code, Nxt Lvl Edition ad, Ultimate Team ad
17 2020-12-04 Madden NFL 21 Nxt Lvl Edition    
18 2020-12-04 Spirit of the North: Enhanced Edition 0  
19 2020-12-08 Pathless, The 1 Set of 6 art cards (sealed)
20 2020-12-08 Puyo Puyo Tetris 2 1 Bonus items code
21 2020-12-08 Warhammer: Chaosbane - Slayer Edition    
22 2020-12-08 WRC 9 FIA World Rally Championship    
23 2020-12-11 Overcooked! All You Can Eat 0  
24 2020-12-22 Override 2: Super Mech League 1 Bonus content code
         
25 2021-01-20 Hitman 3 1 Bonus content code
26 2021-01-21 Ride 4 0  
         
27 2021-02-04 Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Earthblood 0  
28 2021-02-05 Nioh Collection, The 0  
         
29 2021-03-02 Yakuza: Like a Dragon 2 Legends costume pack code, Ryu ga Gotoku studio sticker
30 2021-03-09 Control Ultimate Edition 0  
31 2021-03-11 Monster Energy Supercross 4 1 Toy ad
32 2021-03-16 Monster Truck Championship    
33 2021-03-16 Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Seige Deluxe Edition 1 Deluxe edition content code
34 2021-03-18 Marvel's Avengers 2 SE members reward points code, warranty flyer
35 2021-03-23 Hunting Simulator 2    
36 2021-03-26 Balan Wonderworld    
37 2021-03-26 Spacebase Startopia    
38 2021-03-26 Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 & 2 0  
39 2021-03-30 Tennis World Tour 2    
         
40 2021-04-01 Outriders 2 SE members reward points code, Hells Rangers content pack code
41 2021-04-20 MLB The Show 21 1 Packs/Stubs voucher code
42 2021-04-23 Judgment 1 Ryu ga Gotoku studio sticker
43 2021-04-23 Mortal Shell Enhanced Edition 0  
44 2021-04-30 Destruction AllStars 1 Story mode packs 1-4 code
45 2021-04-30 Returnal 0  
46 2021-04-30 Terminator: Resistance Enhanced 0  
         
47 2021-05-07 Resident Evil Village 1 RE-verse code
48 2021-05-11 Bibi and Tina at the Horse Farm    
49 2021-05-14 Subnautica: Below Zero 0  
50 2021-05-18 Can't Drive This    
51 2021-05-18 Void Terrarium++ 0 (comes with soundtrack disc)
52 2021-05-25 Crazy Chicken Shooter Edition 0  
         
53 2021-06-01 Wreckfest 0  
54 2021-06-08 Chivalry II 0  
55 2021-06-08 Neptunia ReVerse 0  
56 2021-06-10 Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade 2 Episode INTERmission code, SE members reward points code
57 2021-06-11 Guilty Gear Strive 1 Sol/Ky colors code
58 2021-06-11 Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart 2 Armor/weapon code, PS gear flyer
59 2021-06-11 Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 0  
60 2021-06-15 Cthulhu Saves Christmas    
61 2021-06-18 Metro Exodus: Complete Edition 1 DLC code
62 2021-06-22 Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance 0  
63 2021-06-25 Scarlet Nexus 1 Anime flyer
64 2021-06-29 Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX 2 Manual, keyring
65 2021-06-29 Curved Space    
66 2021-06-30 Greedfall: Gold Edition 4 De Vespe Conspiracy code, set of 3 postcards, map, stickers (outer box)
         
67 2021-07-02 Evergate    
68 2021-07-06 Oddworld: Soulstorm 0 (outer box & steelbook case)
69 2021-07-13 Worms Rumble: Fully Loaded Edition    
70 2021-07-16 F1 2021 2 F1 TV Pro flyer, Fanatec flyer
71 2021-07-16 Observer: System Redux 0  
72 2021-07-20 Cris Tales 2 Modus flyer, poster
73 2021-07-27 Tribes of Midgard: Deluxe Edition 2 Cosmetics code, Preorder stuff code
74 2021-07-27 Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles - Enhanced Edition 0  
75 2021-07-28 Necromunda: Hired Gun    
         
76 2021-08-13 Foreclosed 0  
77 2021-08-13 Hades 2 Art book, soundtrack code
78 2021-08-17 Greak: Memories of Azur 0  
79 2021-08-20 Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut 0  
80 2021-08-20 Madden NFL 22 1 NFL shop discount code
81 2021-08-24 Aliens Fireteam Elite 0  
82 2021-08-24 Sniper Ghost Warrior: Contracts 2 - Elite Edition 0  
83 2021-08-27 Tormented Souls 0  
84 2021-08-31 Forgotten City, The    
85 2021-08-31 Rustler 0  
         
86 2021-09-03 Kitaria Fables    
87 2021-09-03 Medium, The 0  
88 2021-09-07 Rims Racing    
89 2021-09-07 WRC 10    
90 2021-09-10 Life is Strange: True Colors 1 SE members reward points code
91 2021-09-10 NBA 2K22 1 Bonus content code
92 2021-09-10 Tales of Arise 0  
93 2021-09-14 Deathloop 2 Doom Eternal/Tokyo Ghostwire ad, controls/warnings flyer
94 2021-09-14 Hoa 2 Postcard, soundtrack code
95 2021-09-21 Aragami 2 0  
96 2021-09-21 Aspulov: End of Gods    
97 2021-09-21 Street Outlaws 2: Winner Takes All    
98 2021-09-24 Death Stranding: Director's Cut 0  
99 2021-09-24 Lost Judgment 1 Ryu ga Gotoku studio sticker
100 2021-09-24 Port Royale 4: Extended Edition    
101 2021-09-28 Ghostrunner    
102 2021-09-28 In Sound Mind    
103 2021-09-30 Hot Wheels Unleashed 0  
         
104 2021-10-01 FIFA 22 3 Adidas coupon code, EA play ad, Ultimate Team ad
105 2021-10-05 Alan Wake Remastered 0  
106 2021-10-05 Away: Survival Series    
107 2021-10-05 Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania 2 Art book, cosmetic pack code (outer box)
108 2021-10-07 Back 4 Blood 1 HBO Max ad
109 2021-10-07 Far Cry 6 1 Libertad pack code
110 2021-10-08 Doki Doki Literature Club Plus 6 Stands, ost code floppy, metaverse card, club member card, stickers, poem
111 2021-10-08 Nickelodeon All Star Brawl 0  
112 2021-10-14 Riftbreaker    
113 2021-10-15 Bugsnax 4 Fangamer code, stickers, field guide, poster
114 2021-10-15 Demon Slayer: Hinokami Chronicles 1 Character unlock code
115 2021-10-15 NHL 22 2 EA Play ad, controls flyer
116 2021-10-19 Plague Tale: Innocence 0  
117 2021-10-19 Poker Club    
118 2021-10-19 KeyWe    
119 2021-10-21 Disciples: Liberation    
120 2021-10-22 Dark Pictures: House of Ashes 0  
121 2021-10-22 Jumanji    
122 2021-10-26 Guardians of the Galaxy 3 Avengers ad, warranty flyer,  SE members reward points code
123 2021-10-26 Iron Harvest    
124 2021-10-28 Falconeer: Warrior Edition    
125 2021-10-28 Riders Republic    
126 2021-10-29 Tails of Iron    
         
127 2021-11-02 Astria Ascending 0  
128 2021-11-02 Hell Let Loose    
129 2021-11-04 Just Dance 2022 0  
130 2021-11-05 Call of Duty Vanguard 1 Warzone ad
131 2021-11-09 Jurassic World Evolultion 2 0  
132 2021-11-09 Mechwarrior 5: Mercenaries    
133 2021-11-10 Real Farm Premium Edition    
134 2021-11-12 Borderlands 3: Ultimate Edition    
135 2021-11-19 Battlefield 2042 1 EA Play ad
136 2021-11-19 Kena: Bridge of Spirits Deluxe Edition 2 deluxe edition code, stickers
137 2021-11-19 Last Stand: Aftermath 0  
138 2021-11-19 Nerf Legends    
139 2021-11-22 Farming Simulator 22    
140 2021-11-23 Panda Hero Remastered    
141 2021-11-23 Summer Sports Games 4K Edition    
142 2021-11-23 3D Billiards: Pool & Snooker Remastered    
143 2021-11-23 3D Mini Golf Remastered    
144 2021-11-23 Winter Sports Games 4K Edition    
145 2021-11-30 Evil Genius 2: World Domination    

 

 

 

Code-only physical releases (no disc)

1 2020-11-17 Fortnite: The Last Laugh Bundle
2 2021-11-02 Fortnite: Minty Legends Pack

 

 

Notes

Inserts - a list of what's included in the game box. I noticed with the PS4 that this could change in rare occasions with later print runs. It could also be different in Canada vs the USA. My goal is to record the American release day versions here.

 

 

 

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On 11/12/2020 at 3:41 PM, ThePhleo said:

Should consider adding “playable offline” as in, if you NEVER EVER connect your system to the internet then the game would still be installed and playable by using just the disc.

I'm more interested in making a list for collecting purposes than worrying about that. I think it's actually pretty rare for Playstation discs to be unplayable without online, unlike so many Switch carts. Then, there's also the whole debate about what exactly is "playable" since a game could have some stuff on disc. So, I'll leave a list like that to someone else.

 

On 11/14/2020 at 12:13 PM, fox said:

maybe include info about a next gen upgrade path if available?

Miles Morales, AC, and Planet Coaster are suppose to have free next gen upgrades if you get the PS4 version

 

This is for PS5 discs only. I don't want to include PS4 games, even if they're part of that program. Just PS5 discs.

Besides you guys, it's already hard enough to fit this table on VGS without adding more columns... I want to add more notes, but I don't know how I would fit it.

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A few notes:

  • Planet Coaster may have been released on 11/10. But, it seems weird to consider a game to be out before the system itself. I'll just list it as a day one release for now.
  • Already there are some naming issues. I guess I should probably call the game Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales (which is how Sony is referring to it, even though the front of the box is different)?
  • Godfall is reportedly a timed exclusive.

It looks like these are the remaining physical releases for 2020, did I miss any?

2020-11-19 DIRT 5
2020-11-24 Just Dance 2021
2020-11-24 Watch Dogs: Legion
2020-12-01 Devil May Cry 5
2020-12-01 Spirit of the North
2020-12-03 Immortals: Fenyx Rising
2020-12-08 Pathless, The
2020-12-08 Puyo Puyo Tetris 2
2020-12-08 Warhammer: Chaosbane
2020-12-08 WRC 9
2020-12-22 Override 2

Possibly FIFA & Overcooked as well?

 

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Looks like the first month (November 2020) is done, with 13 releases. I was able to find unboxing videos of everything but Just Dance 2021. I did find a PS4 unboxing for it. Not worried though, since there will soon be used copies to check out.

Ideally, I was thinking it might be possible to try to get high quality photos of every insert for future preservation. From the community, I mean - I certainly don't plan on buying everything (I actually don't even have a PS5 yet). However, I don't know if I care that much about this to go to that length.

Given the formatting issues here at VGS, I may just simplify this list to deal with inserts only. I can always keep a more detailed list in my spreadsheet or elsewhere. I'll see.

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Looks like 11 games were released in December for a total of 24 in the system's first year. That's higher than the 16 for the PS4's first year. There's also a physical copy of Fortnite, but it doesn't include a disc. I'll probably start a separate list of those as well.

Found unboxing videos for 21/24 so far, so I just need to get the other three eventually and also clean up the names. Looks like 12/21 actually came with an insert in the box, while 9/21 came with nothing. Most of the inserts are dlc codes or ads, and I haven't seen any actual manuals yet. The art cards for The Pathless are cool, though.

 

2021 releases with dates on Best Buy or Gamestop's web sites:

2021-01-20 Hitman 3
2021-01-21 Ride 4
2021-02-02 Outriders
2021-02-04 Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Earthblood
2021-02-05 Nioh Collection, The
2021-03-11 Monster Energy Supercross 4
2021-03-19 Returnal
2021-03-26 Balan Wonderworld
2021-03-31 Cris Tales
2021-04-06 Guilty Gear Strive
2021-05-21 Deathloop
2021-05-31 LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga
2021-06-22 Back 4 Blood
2021-09-30 Neptunia ReVerse
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On 3/5/2021 at 8:25 AM, Quenthal said:

Love your list! Are planning on keeping it up to date? This is actually the only complete list I have found so far 😅

Thanks, just updated it through February. There appears to be only 4 physical games released in Jan/Feb, so we're up to 28 overall. March looks busy though, there's like 10 games this month.

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This will be an interesting list to follow.  As someone who only has a passing interest in this generation, of the current games, which one has the best example of utilizing all of the PS5s graphical tools, especially Ray Tracing?  Anyone know.

I'm also interested in an Average Joe consumer mini-review of the audio.  Sony made some BIG claims about their adaptive audio and how you could dial in the settings for your home or headphones.  Is that really all it's cracked up to be?  Audiophiles are free to respond, but again, if you have an average interest in that type of thing, I'd like to know if you've noticed the difference and your thoughts.

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On 6/7/2021 at 8:21 AM, scaryice said:

Updated through May. There were some conflicting release dates for Mortal Shell & Destruction All Stars - may have to clear that up later. Looks like Terminator Resistance was the first limited release game?

Interesting question, how to you mark the release date on limited print games? While they have a specific date when they go up for preorder, often it's not clear exactly when the earliest point a game is shipped out. 

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On 6/7/2021 at 9:26 AM, RH said:

This will be an interesting list to follow.  As someone who only has a passing interest in this generation, of the current games, which one has the best example of utilizing all of the PS5s graphical tools, especially Ray Tracing?  Anyone know.

I'm also interested in an Average Joe consumer mini-review of the audio.  Sony made some BIG claims about their adaptive audio and how you could dial in the settings for your home or headphones.  Is that really all it's cracked up to be?  Audiophiles are free to respond, but again, if you have an average interest in that type of thing, I'd like to know if you've noticed the difference and your thoughts.

I haven't played every PS5 release, but I've kept up on the Digital Foundry videos. Based on those, Ratchet and Clank seems to have the most impressive RT implementation so far.

The 3D audio is nothing special. Sony just didn't want to pay Dolby for Atmos implementation so they made their own version. The console has dedicated hardware for spatial audio, but that doesn't really mean much since we've had high-quality positional audio for a long time.

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2 hours ago, Inzoreno said:

Interesting question, how to you mark the release date on limited print games? While they have a specific date when they go up for preorder, often it's not clear exactly when the earliest point a game is shipped out. 

4/30 was the date listed by Gamefaqs for Terminator (which looks to be the same as the psn release date as well). The first Ebay copy sold with an actual picture was on 5/5, so that seems to match up.

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I think this is all the June and July releases

Wreakfest

Chivalry 2

Neptunia ReVerse

Guilty Gear Strive

Final Fantasy 7 Remake: Intergrade

Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Metro Exodus Complete Edition

Dungeons and Dragons Dark Alliance

Scarlet Nexus

Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX!

Curved Space

GreedFall Gold Edition

Evergate

Oddworld: Soulstorm

Worms Rumble: Fully Loaded Edition

F1 2021

Observer: System Redux

Cris Tales

Yonder - The Cloud Catcher Chronicles

Tribes of Midgard Deluxe Edition

Necromunda: Hired Gun 

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On 7/30/2021 at 9:59 PM, AdrenalStone21 said:

I think this is all the June and July releases

 

There was also the limited release of Cthulhu Saves Christmas. Anyway, the first post is now updated through July.

Insert information is available for 60/75 games. Out of those games, 32/60 have at least one insert, while 28/60 have nothing.

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2 hours ago, AdrenalStone21 said:

Do you happen to know if the Fortnite Last Laugh Physical release is the only code based PS5 game so far? I know you’ve chosen not to include those up above.

I think that's correct. I'll add it above in a separate section.

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1 hour ago, DoctorEncore said:

I hate this limited run shit, but Kena is getting a physical release through Maximum Games. I'd hate for anyone here to miss it.

https://store.maximumgames.com/products/kena-bridge-of-spirits?variant=39458484584563

I don't own a single limited run game. IMO it's far better than nothing and I'm glad people are doing it, but I really wish it was more of a "print-on-demand" kind of thing.

As for the PS5.. maybe I'll get one some day, but I still need a PS4.. and a PS3 🤦‍♂️

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Updated with another 28 games for August & September. Let me know if I missed anything.

Already, it seems like it can be hard to find accurate info about release dates for certain games. For example, WRC10: Gamefaqs says 9/2, Best Buy says 9/7, and Amazon says 9/21. It shouldn't be this complicated for games that just came out!

I know it can be a bit confusing with digital vs physical, and different regions, but still.

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