Megami Tensei Wiki
PlayStation 5

PlayStation 5

The PlayStation 5 (プレイステーション ファイブ, Pureisutēshon Faibu)?, officially abbreviated as PS5, is the fifth home video game console produced by Sony Computer Entertainment and the successor to the PlayStation 4 as part of the PlayStation series. It was released on November 12, 2020 in Japan, South Korea, New Zealand, North America, Australia and Singapore, and on November 19, 2020 for the rest of the world.

The console comes in two different variations: one has an Ultra HD Blu-Ray-compatible optical disc drive, supporting physical copies, and the other has the disc drive absent, which is more focused on downloading games digitally.

The PlayStation 5 games might feature Activity Cards, acting as guides towards progress of relevant and recent tasks related to games, such as sidequests and milestones on the main storyline. Interacting with these cards might automatically transfer the player to the location or area of the related task.

The PlayStation 5 has backwards compatibility, supporting a majority of old PlayStation 4 titles, in both physical and digital format. On a separate note, certain PlayStation 4 titles can be upgraded to the respective PlayStation 5 version, whether with a fee or not.


This section only includes titles directly ported to the PlayStation 5. For a list of supported PS4 games from the Megami Tensei franchise, see PlayStation 4 → Titles.



Consoles and Services
PlayStation PlayStation - PlayStation 2 - PlayStation 3 - PlayStation 4 - PlayStation 5
PlayStation Portable - PlayStation Vita
Nintendo Family Computer - Super Famicom - Virtual Boy
Game Boy - Game Boy Color - Game Boy Advance
Nintendo DS - Nintendo 3DS
Wii - Wii U - Nintendo Switch
Xbox Xbox - Xbox 360 - Xbox One - Xbox Series X/S
SEGA Sega Game Gear - Sega Saturn
ATLUS Atlus V-Net - Atlus web-EZ - Atlus Web-i - Megaten α
Third Party Steam