With the visibly imminent arrival of a pack bringing together a console Playstation 5 and the new one Ratchet & Clank, the reven … players impatiently waiting to be able to run their PS4 games on the current generation can raise new hopes.
Indeed, beyond a possibility offered to a certain public to kill two birds with one stone by acquiring both a desired game and the console to make it work, any PS5 pack is good to take in this period of lean stocks.
The site StationofPlay reports two images of a bundle supposed to bring together a PlayStation 5 console, a DualSense and the game Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart. Note that if StationfofPlay marked these pictures with its badge, another seems to come from Nintend’Alerts. And when you compare the two sites, it’s easy to see that one is for PlayStation / Xbox news and the other is for Nintendo news on similar structures.
A PS5 + Ratchet & Clank pack expected for June 11
The news does not stop at images, since we are also announced an availability for Friday, June 11 at a price that would turn around 569.99 euros. It also remains to confirm the presence, inside, of a disk version of Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart. The opposite would indeed be surprising insofar as this model of PS5 is supposed to accommodate its games in physical format.
We are reminded that a few days earlier, such a pack had appeared in the database of the appliance company Boulanger.
In one another tweet, StationofPlay provides for a quantity of packs of between 10,000 and 12,000 units in France. And if Rachet & Clank: Rift Apart doesn’t appeal to you and you remain confident that you’ll see a standard PlayStation 5 at a price that’s just as standard, the end of the month should herald good things about it.
Recall that the previous part of Ratchet & Clank released on PlayStation 4 was offered as a free download to all owners of the machine last March. This title, initially released in 2016, is even compatible with the PlayStation 5. Its visual quality is also such that it would not be surprising that some people take it for a native PS5 game.