Demon’s Souls PS5 Will Have Over 180 Video Guides To Help You Out Of Tough Spots


It’s likely that the remake of Demon’s Souls will have its own fair share of mysteries to uncover when it arrives this month. How many of the original secrets have made the jump from the original PS3 version of the game that From Software developed in 2009 remains to be seen, but Bluepoint Games will have plenty of guides available to players who reach a dead end in the PS5 game.

In an interview with The Washington Post, Demon’s Souls creative director Gavin Moore revealed that there’ll be more than 180 video guides available through the PS5’s new Official Game Help feature. Moore said that these videos will provide increasing levels of visibility on how to complete portions of the game.

Revealed alongside the PS5 user interface, Official Game Help can be accessed through the control center during a gameplay session and allows for gameplay cards to be positioned on the screen. This streams a video in picture-in-picture mode and shows a player how to get out of a tight spot in a particular video game.

It’s worth noting that Official Game Help won’t be available in every game and will only be accessible to PlayStation Plus members. For more on how Sony has reinvented the PS5 user interface, you can check out our feature on the biggest changes coming to the next-gen console’s software.

Sony also confirmed this week that the Demon’s Souls soundtrack, which makes use of a massive orchestra and choir singers to create the spooky sounds of Boletaria, will be out digitally on November 26. Vinyl and CD versions of the soundtrack will arrive later in December.

For more on the game, you can check out our Demon’s Souls preorder guide. You can also visit our PlayStation 5 preorder guide to find out which stores will have stock of the next-gen console and when.

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