Godfall Publisher Reveals PS5 Game Case Back Covers
PS5 price? Check. A breakdown of the PS5’s hardware? Check. A good look at the console’s UI? Still nada. While we anxiously await any further glimpses of Sony’s next-gen console’s UI, Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford has come in clutch with an official look at the back of a PS5 game case, all in celebration of the upcoming release of Godfall. Look, at this point we’ll take anything we can get.
Randy Pitchford recently took to Twitter to hype up the “first PlayStation 5 game,” which just so happens to be Godfall, published by Gearbox. With all the aged excitability of the former T-Mobile CEO and lacking anything resembling subtelty, Pitchford is shown alongside a sealed copy of Godfall, with one of the pictures revealing the back cover of a PS5 game case. It looks…..well, it looks an awful lot like a PS4 case. Check it out below:
Attention fellow game lovers, peers and enthusiasts: Behold the first Playstation 5 game! Hot off the presses, this is the first to manufacture next gen retail game in the world. Congratulations to Counterplay Games and the team here at Gearbox Publishing! pic.twitter.com/ki9YbynRIe
— Randy Pitchford (@DuvalMagic) October 14, 2020
There’s certainly something to be said about Sony sticking with what works. When the PS5 logo was released it also seemed quite similar to that of the PS4, with many fans hurriedly bashing Sony for the company’s lack of effort regarding the logo before almost as quickly devolving into talks of “well, what did we expect.” At least the DualSense is undoubtedly a departure from the DualShock 4, for better or worse.
The PlayStation 5 is slated to release on November 12, 2020.
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