Godfall Release Date Confirmed for November; Will Be a PS5 Launch Title

The upcoming looter-slasher Godfall is officially set to release alongside the PS5 (and PC) in November 2020.

September 16, 2020

As one of the very first PS5 games to be announced when it was shown at last year’s The Game Awards, Godfall made an early impression of what we can expect from next-generation gaming. Dubbed a “looter-slasher” by publisher Gearbox Software, the upcoming combat-focused title is finally about to make its debut later this year and will be among the first titles available to play on PS5 later this year.

Following the PS5 Showcase by Sony earlier today, publisher Gearbox Software has officially confirmed the release date for Godfall, which will be launching for PS5 and PC on November 12, 2020. Pre-orders for the PC version are officially live on the Epic Games Store, while PS5 pre-orders will be going live at a later date.

Godfall will join several other third-party titles this fall as part of the launch line-up for the PS5, including other releases such as Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition. However, the title from Counterplay and Gearbox has the distinction of being one of the first third-party titles that is solely a next-gen release, and won’t be cross-gen or coming to current-gen platforms.

Godfall has made several appearances at events and showcases throughout the year, and recently showcased its combat in a new gameplay trailer. However, with the game now officially set for release in just under two months, we won’t have too much longer to wait and see what the title title looks and plays like.

Godfall will release for PS5 and PC on November 12, 2020.

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