PS5: Why Single-Player Games Are Integral to Sony’s Next-Gen Console

On this week’s episode of Podcast Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Brian Altano, Max Scoville, and special guest Asa GreenRiver of Borderline Entertainment to discuss the latest PS5 news and games.

The cast jumps into the report that PS5’s Activity Cards were born from Sony’s hopes to let people play single-player games as much as possible on the next-gen console, as well as this month’s PS Plus games, the reports of third-party games performing better on PS5, and the many scalping and re-selling scandals that have occurred with the PS5 since launch.

For more of Asa’s work, and to watch the Living Indigenous episode in honor of Native American Heritage Month Asa spoke about, check it out here on Twitch.

Podcast Beyond! is live every Wednesday. For more on PS5, check out our PS5 console review, and our PS5 wiki guide if you’re picking one up this week.


Jonathon Dornbush is IGN’s Senior News Editor, host of Podcast Beyond!, and PlayStation lead. Talk to him on Twitter @jmdornbush.

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