A Native PS5 Version of Dead Cells Has Been Rated By ESRB

The Version Also Includes The Return To Castlevania DLC.

Samam Hasan
Samam Hasan
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  • Released in 2018
  • PS4 version available
  • Return to Castlevania released on March 6

It seems that a native PS5 version of the popular rogue-like Dead Cells has been rated by ESRB. Originally spotted by Gematsu, the game is listed with the recently released Return to Castlevania DLC titled- Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania Edition. This implies that the native PS5 version of the game will include the base game as well as the recent DLC.

It isn’t sure whether the PS5 version of Dead Cells will receive a physical release along with a digital one. Moreover, it isn’t also clear whether the PS5 version will include only the Return to Castlevania DLC or all the previous ones as well. But, PS5 users can rejoice in experiencing one of the most enjoyable games of the past decade. Currently, the PS4 version of Dead Cells can be played on the PS5 through the backward compatibility feature.

Dead Cells PS5 version

While no details of the PS5 version of the game have been revealed, we can expect some current-gen features. This includes improved loading times and of course, better graphics. The game runs at 60 FPS at a 1080p resolution on the PS4. So, it isn’t unusual to expect that the game can run at a 4K resolution on the PlayStation 5.

Originally released back in 2018 by Motion Twin, Dead Cells received critical acclaim, particularly due to its engaging gameplay, difficulty, and procedurally generated levels. The latest DLC for the game, Return to Castlevania, was released on March 6th and is the game’s fifth DLC.

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A passionate writer with a strong love for video games. Samam primarily enjoys Sim Racing and RPG games in his free time and also keeps up with the latest industry news.
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