PS5’s Destruction AllStars has been Delayed to February 2021

Destruction AllStars is a vehicular combat game. It was originally slated to launch along with the PS5 on November 12th. Well, the game has now been delayed to February 2021. It is free to play on PlayStation Plus for two months. The 


Destruction AllStars is being developed by Lucid Games. Lucid Games is well known for Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions. 


The game is currently up for preorder for $70 ahead of release. In a blog post, Sony confirmed that if you pre-ordered the game on the PlayStation Store, the PlayStation direct website or through a retailer then you will get the refund.

Destruction AllStars is a new game developed by Lucid Games. Not much about the gameplay is known much to us.

Here’s the tweet:

The PlayStation 5 is launching in about two weeks from today. However, the announcement might be beneficial for the game. Destruction All Stars is one of the two-game that will be launching for the PS5 exclusively. The other major titles that will be arriving for the PS5 consist of Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Demon’s Souls. Also, you will be able to play the major third-party games like the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.


Well, Sony has taken a reasonable decision by delaying the game as they might want as many people as possible to experience the game. However, with the delay, it is also clear that the game was not at all ready to be launched.

Destruction AllStars will be launching for free for PlayStation Plus subscribers in February. We can expect to see the similar success that we saw with the Fall Guys or Rocket League. And now we found that Fall Guys is the most downloaded PlayStation Plus game of all time.

Therefore, anyone who has preordered Destruction AllStars via PlayStation Store or retail will be getting their refunds soon.

Destruction AllStars will be playable on the PlayStation 5.


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