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“Hi-Fi Rush” and “Sea of ​​Thieves” will be available on PS5, and the first four Xbox first-party games ported to other platforms have all appeared

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“Hi-Fi Rush” and “Sea of ​​Thieves” will be available on PS5, and the first four Xbox first-party games ported to other platforms have all appeared

The highly anticipated games “Hi-Fi Rush” and “Sea of ​​Thieves” are set to make their debut on the PS5, as the first four Xbox first-party games ported to other platforms have all been revealed.

The news of “Hi-Fi Rush” being launched on the PS5 on March 18 was accidentally leaked by Bethesda’s YouTube channel, according to IGN. The video has since been removed, but it is speculated that the game may also appear on the Nintendo Switch. With three out of the four promised ported games confirmed, speculations are high that “Sea of ​​Thieves” will be the remaining one. Stay tuned for more updates!

In addition, the release dates for “Pentiment” and “Grounded” have been announced, with both games set to be available on PS5 and PS4 on March 19 and April 30, respectively. The latter is also confirmed to support cross-platform connection. Furthermore, “Pentiment” and “Grounded” are also set to be released on the Switch on February 22 and April 16, respectively.

It’s an exciting time for gamers as the first four Xbox first-party games that have been ported to other platforms have all been revealed. Stay tuned for more updates and make sure to follow Yahoo Tech on major social platforms for the latest technology news and online shopping discounts!

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