PlayStation Spain confirms that PS5 launch games, such as Miles Morales or Demon’s Souls, will be on sale on November 12, before the console. As you probably already know, Sony will launch PlayStation 5 in November. But there are two dates that we must follow. On the one hand, the console will be released in some countries, such as the United States or Japan, on November 12. In the rest of the world it will be released a week later, on November 19. That means that in Spain (and throughout Europe) we will receive the console a little later … but what about the games? All the console games will be on sale in Spain on November 12. We have been confirmed by PlayStation Spain via email. Isn’t it weird that they come out a week before the console? Well, it has its explanation. Sign up for Disney + and enjoy one of the most extensive catalogs in the streaming scene, with sagas like Star Wars or Marvel. Well, there are several explanations, but the main one is that the launch of the console in some territories is on October 12 and the distribution is carried out at the same time. Also, many of these games will also be released on PS4. For example, two big stars announced alongside the console, Sackboy: A Big Adventure and Marvel’s Spider-Man Miles Morales, will also appear on the current-generation console. Indeed, Sackboy recently announced a special edition in physical format, which will include a plush … and that will only be available on PS4. For now, the only completely exclusive PS5 games hitting stores on November 12 are Demon’s Souls Remake and Destruction All Stars. Evolution of the famous DualShock controller for PS5. The new DualSense is the official controller for PS5 with haptic feedback and dynamic trigger effects. Its launch, of course, will be reinforced by multiplatform games such as Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War or Dirt 5. Other “semi-exclusives”, such as Godfall or The Pathless, will be at launch, and will also be on PC . Recently, PlayStation has updated the cards of many of them on its website, and they can already be pre-ordered on the PS Store. This article was published in Hobby Consolas by Javier Escribano.