It's no longer just Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales that can boast of a Korean rating as far as upcoming PlayStation 5 games go. The Demon's Souls remake joins the club, as spotted by Gematsu, and what's more, it has also been rated for release in Japan. Of course, these games were always going to launch in those territories on PS5, but it's the timing of it all which immediately becomes the talking point. The web-slinging spin-off is already confirmed for release later this year, but could the new take on From Software's original epic also be a launch title?
We don't think so, otherwise, why wouldn't Sony have slapped a release window onto the end of the announcement trailer back at its Future of Gaming event? It did so with the aforementioned Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales as well as Bugsnax, so it doesn't make too much sense to leave Demon's Souls out of that. Yes, official age ratings are usually handed out as a title draws close to its launch, but there are outliers to this.
We expect Sony to talk more about the PS5 and its line-up of launch games soon so let's hope this situation is sorted out before too long. Nevertheless, would you like to be playing Demon's Souls the day you pick up the Japanese giant's next system? Share your thoughts in the comments below.