Sony’s PlayStation 5 is launching in just a few weeks, on Nov. 12 and while there’s no one killer app in the PS5’s launch lineup, there are several games that will probably be solid: Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart and Demon’s Souls spring to mind.
But when you look at what’s coming to the PS5 in 2021 and beyond, things get a little more interesting
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Here’s our list of PS5 games we think you should know about.
God of War: Ragnarok
OK, to be fair, all we’ve seen of God of War: Ragnarok is its logo. And even then, it’s probably not even the full logo. But there are still many reasons to be excited.
Apple’s new HomePod Mini is about half the size of the original HomePod, but brings new Siri features.
Not only does the compact HomePod Mini’s $99 price tag make the Siri-powered smart speaker more affordable than the HomePod ($299), it also includes an array of new features that even the full-size HomePod and rival speakers lack,, like automatically pairing two HomePod Minis in the same room.
We haven’t gotten our hands on a HomePod Mini just yet, and it won’t be available for preorder until Nov. 6 (devices ship and go on sale Nov. 16),