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Every PS5 Game and XBOX Series X Game Available Right Now

Next-gen gaming has officially launched in Australia, bring with it a host of new PS5 games and XBOX Series X games. Dim the lights, get the Mountain Dew and brush up on your favourite ‘ya mum’ call-outs. We’re here for the long haul.

Usually, it takes a couple of months for the red hot titles to hit next-gen consoles but both PlayStation and XBOX have collaborated with a slew of A-grade developers to have games that show the true power of next-gen gaming ready for launch day. Another handy thing we’re seeing with this update is a bunch of already released games such supporting automatic upgrades so that you don’t have to buy the game twice. How good is that!

So that you know what to buy next, here’s the comprehensive list of all the available PS5 games and XBOX Series X games right now:

PS5 Games Out Now

XBOX Series X Games Out Now

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General FAQs

When was the PS5 released in Australia?

Sony confirmed that the PS5 release date is 12th November in the US, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea, and 19th November in the UK and the rest of the world.

How much is the PlayStation 5?

The PlayStation 5 retails for $749 (standard) and $599 for the digital-only version.

When is Halo: Infinite releasing?

In August 2020, Micrsoft and 343 confirmed that Halo Infinite would be releasing sometime in 2021. It was originally planned as a launch title for the Xbox Series X, with a launch window during the 2020 holidays.


Alex de Crespigny

Alex is a Sydney-based writer and former editorial coordinator at Man of Many. With extensive experience covering fashion, entertainment and cultural affairs, Alex's helped steer the Man of Many editorial direction for over three years. He holds a Bachelor of Media (PR & Advertising) from UNSW.