Welcome to the LOGNET console launch tracker. We have built a living document to track everything related to the launch of the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series consoles. We wanted to keep an up to date tracker on what games are coming to both platforms. With the addition of backward compatibility and smart delivery titles. As well as keep links on where you can pre-order.
Where To Buy & Set In-Stock Alerts
PlayStation 5 Console $499.99
PlayStation 5 Digital Edition $399.99
Xbox Series X $499.99
Xbox Series S $299.99
Launch Titles PlayStation 5
|Sackboy: A Big Adventure||$59.99|
|Spider-Man: Miles Morales w/ Spider-Man Remastered||$69.99|
|Spider-Man: Miles Morales||$49.99|
|Worms Rumble (12/1)||TBD|
New To Console Launch Titles for Xbox Series S & Xbox Series X
|Bright Memory Infinite||TBD|
|The Medium (12/10)||$49.99|
Xbox Series X & S Upgrades Coming to Game Pass For Launch
|Dead by Daylight||11/10|
|Destiny 2: Beyond Light (XSX Upgrade on 12/8)||11/10|
|Forza Horizon 4||11/10|
|Halo: The Master Chief Collection||11/17|
|Ori and the Will of the Wisps||11/10|
|Rainbow 6: Siege||11/10|
|Sea of Thieves||11/10|
|Tetris Effect: Connected||11/10|
Launch Window Titles For Both PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series Consoles
|Assassin’s Creed Valhalla||$59.99|
|Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War||$69.99|
|Cyberpunk 2077 (11/19)||$59.99|
|Destiny 2: Beyond Light (Upgrade coming 12/8)||$39.99|
|Devil May Cry 5 Deluxe Edition||$34.99|
|Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age (12/4)||$39.99|
|Immortals: Fenyx Rising (12/3)||$59.99|
|Observer: System Redux||$29.99|
|Overcooked: All You Can Eat||$49.99|
|Puyo Puyo Tetris 2||$39.99|
|Tetris Effect: Connected||$39.99|
|Yakuza: Like a Dragon (PS5 Upgrade 3/2/21)||$59.99|
Existing Titles Getting Upgrades on Both Consoles For Launch
|Control (Ultimate Edition only)||Free|
|Dead by Daylight||Free|
|Mortal Kombat 11||Free|
|NBA 2K21 (Mamba Edition only)||Free|
|Rainbow 6: Siege||Free|
|Yes, Your Grace||Free|
PlayStation 5 Accessories
- PlayStation Pulse 3D Wireless Headset $99.99 – Sony’s new propitiatory headset branded for the PlayStation 5. This is the replacement model for both the Gold and Platinum headsets for the PS4. While Sony says the Pulse 3D is not required for 3D audio, it’s designed for that in mind.
- Media Remote $29.99 – The white Sony PlayStation branded media remote. Has buttons for Netflix, Disney+, YouTube, and Spotify. As well as every other button you might need to navigate the media menus of the PS5 without a controller. The Media Remote takes 2 AA batteries.
- Sony PlayStation 5 HD Camera $59.99 – The 1080p camera is designed to take advantage of the create and share options of the PS5. Unlike the PS4 camera, this new model does not support PSVR. It appears that the camera will be used for streaming or video chat.
- DualSense Wireless Controller $69.99 – The new controller found on the PS5 features haptic feedback, adaptive triggers, and longer battery life. The built-in microphone and mute button can be used to replace old gaming headsets. The USB-C charging port should also create faster charge times.
- DualSense Charging Station $29.99 – The charging station can hold two DaulSense controllers freeing up the USB ports.
- Expanded Storage Capacity – At this time Sony has not yet certified external storage devices. The PS5 white cover plate can be removed to expose a PCIe Gen 4 M.2 NVMe SSD slot. Currently, Western Digital is touting three models, Sony has yet to approve these drives.
Xbox Series Console Accessories
- Microsoft Controller for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S $59.99-$64.99 – The new Xbox controller features a new Share button, a new Directional Pad, and USB-C charging port. It comes in three colors as of launch; Robot White, Shock Blue, and Carbon Black.
- Seagate Storage Expansion Card For Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S 1TB $219.99 – The external card slides into the back of the Xbox Series console connection directly to the motherboard for ultra-fast load times.
- Microsoft Play & Charge Kit for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S $24.99 – In favor of making their own charging station, Microsoft has returned with the OG Play and Charge kit from the Xbox 360 days. The Xbox Series controllers will still use AA batteries. As of now, this appears to be the only way to have a rechargeable battery with the new USB-C charging format. I am sure that a charging station will be coming soon from a 3rd party. Until then, this might be something you want for launch if you don’t plan to keep AA batteries.
One of the questions we get a lot here at LOGNET is usually tied to what TV should I get for my next-gen console? There are a number of different options and it’s really based on your budget. If money is no option you want an 8K TV, with low input lag, high rated HDR, 120hz refresh rate, and HDMI 2.1. Our top rated TV for next-gen is the LGCX series. Followed by (in no order) the Sony X9 and A8H series TVs. As well as the Samsung Q9 series TVs. We have compiled a list of things to look for as minimum requirements when picking out your next-gen TV.
- 4K Resolution
- High-Quality HDR
- 120hz Refresh Rate
- Low Input lag < 5ms