Destruction AllStars Is No Longer A Launch Title, But It’s Coming To PlayStation Plus

Destruction AllStars Is No Longer A Launch Title, But It’s Coming To PlayStation Plus

Here’s a shocking last-minute change — PlayStation 5 exclusive car combat game Destruction All-Stars has been pushed back from its console launch release date of November 12 to February 2021, where it will also be included as a PlayStation Plus bonus game for two months.

The news was announced via the PlayStation Blog, along with an apology to fans who might be disappointed at the news. It’s not the worst news though, the game might find a better audience as a PlayStation Plus game than the AU $124.95 asking price it was going to carry.

This also brings up an interesting conversation — will we see PlayStation 5 titles on PS Plus stick around for a little longer in the early life cycle of the console, while there’s still fewer of them?

Let us know what you think!

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