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Single-player games continue to perform well on PS5

This week’s Podcast Beyond! In the episode, host Jonathon Dornbush will discuss the latest PS5 news and games with Brian Altano, Max Scoville, and special guest Borderline Entertainment’s Asa Green River. The cast jumps into reports that PS5 activity cards were born out of Sony’s desire to make possible single-player games playable on next-generation consoles, and this month’s PS Plus game, a third-party game report. Improved performance on the PS5, many scalping and resale scandals that have occurred on the PS5 since its launch. Check out Twitch for more details on Asa’s work and a Living Indigenous episode commemorating Asa’s Native American Heritage Month.

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Podcast Beyond! Live every Wednesday. For more information on PS5, see the PS5 console review and the PS5 wiki guide if you’re picking up this week.

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Jonathon Dornbush is ‘s Senior News Editor and Podcast Beyond! Host and PlayStation reader. Talk to him on twitter @jmdornbush..

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