from Dominik Zwingmann
In the online shop of Amazon Australia, two new screenshots for the remake of Demon's Souls for PlayStation 5 were probably involuntarily revealed. The box type of the title was also listed there for a short time. However, it is not clear whether this is really the final design of the packaging. However, there were no indications of a release. But other PS5 titles could also be found on Amazon with Boxart.

After the announcement of the PS5 remake of Demon's Souls, the team at Bluepoint Games held back a little with new information. Recently, there has been some speculation that the release of the new edition might be imminent soon. In South Korea, for example, the title has already been given an age rating. And now there are new things to see in the Amazon Australia online shop.

For a short time the product page of Demon's Souls was listed there with new screenshots of the game, a supposed box type and the description. In the meantime the article has been taken offline again. However, there were no indications of a release. The 2009 remake of the title is available exclusively for PS5.

Should Demon's Souls actually appear in the PlayStation 5 launch window, it shouldn't be too long before publisher Sony reveals new details about the title. However, Amazon Australia listed a few more product pages of PS5 games for a few hours on Wednesday. Boxarts and descriptions of Sackboy: A Big Adventure, Destruction Allstars, Gran Turismo 7 and Returnal were shown here.

It is likely that not all boxarts represent the final design of the packaging. However, the short-term listing of the games is another clue to an upcoming Sony event for fans. The price and release of the PS5 are still unknown. Microsoft recently revealed all the details about the Xbox Series X.

via ResetERA

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