PlayStation 5-exclusive Destruction AllStars launch postponed for early 2021

Destruction AllStars PlayStation 5-exclusive title delayed to early 2021 (Source: PlayStation.Blog)
Destruction AllStars PlayStation 5-exclusive title (Source: PlayStation.Blog)
Initially announced as one of the Sony-published launch titles for the upcoming PlayStation 5 console, the vehicular combat game Destruction AllStars has had its launch date pushed to early 2021. The good part is that the game will come (almost) for free with a PlayStation Plus membership.

Hearing that one of the Sony-published launch titles for the PlayStation 5 has just been pushed into early 2021, thus missing the launch, might trouble some console gamers. Thankfully, Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Demon's Souls are here to stay, so the title that gets pushed from November 2020 all the way to February 2021 is the less hyped Destruction AllStars.

According to Sony's official statement, the game "will be included for two months in PlayStation Plus at no additional cost." Those who already pre-ordered the game via PlayStation Store,, or at retail, will be refunded.

This title is a multiplayer vehicular combat that comes with 4K support and features Tempest 3D AudioTech that delivers 360-degree stadium atmospherics. Obviously, there is also haptic feedback for rams and slams, as well as a unique feedback for each vehicle's handling.

These being said, we just need to get ready for next month's PlayStation 5 release and hang on for Destruction AllStars' arrival in February 2021. Just a blast from the past that struck me: Anyone here who played Destruction Derby back in the day? Feel free to hit the comments section and let's share some memories!

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Codrut Nistor, 2020-10-26 (Update: 2020-10-27)
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