Check your PlayStation 2020 stats, free PS4 to PS5 upgrades and more!

It is definitely looking like a great week for PS5 owners. Between the release of Destruction Allstars and several free PS5 upgrades dropping today, It’s not just going to be a busy week, but a bust month, by the time most of us are done. 

 

PS Plus drops today! As I mentioned above, Destruction Allstars releases exclusively on the PS5 today. The vehicular combat game was intended to release alongside the PS5 back in November, but was delayed to February 2nd, as a PS Plus title instead. Not only did this give the devs a little more time to polish things up, but it also gives PS5 owners a brand spankin new game on plus and we can’t really complain about that, can we? 

 

Along with Destruction Allstars, PS4 and PS5 owners will get a copy of Control Ultimate Edition. This is great for anyone that doesn’t own the game and the ultimate edition is the only way to get the PS5 upgrade, so it seems like a win, unless of course you already have the ultimate edition, but sadly, we can’t exchange Plus games that we already have for another title we don’t. That would be pretty sweet, actually. PS4 owners will also be getting their hands on Concrete Genie, so I personally think this month’s PS Plus drop is pretty good all the way around. 

 

On top of the Plus drop, today we are seeing some free PS4 to PS5 upgrades and one in particular has got many of us excited. God of War is getting the 4k/60 FPS today. Whether you have the PS Plus version or a personally purchased copy, you’ll be able to play GoW in 4k checkerboard resolution, 2160p, synced at 60 FPS and it won’t cost a thing. The Division 2 is also getting the next/current gen treatment with the 12.1 patch coming today. The game will play on the PS5 in 4k/60 FPS and players will also be related to some Resident Evil crossover content during the event. Definitely enough reason to give it a look again. 

 

If none of these titles are for you, but you happen to be a Call of Duty player, there is some good news for you this month as well! On February 4th, the new Zombies map map Firebase Z will drop! Along with Firebase Z, players will also get a 2XP weekend until Feb. 8th. PlayStation owners will begin their 2XP weekend on the 4th, with Firebase Z, while the other platforms won’t be getting the extra XP until the 5th. The double XP event will be available for Black Ops Cold War and Warzone. 

 

Curious about your 2020 gaming stats on the PS4 and PS5? Well, now you can find out how much you put into games during the infamous year of 2020! Sony’s “2020 wrap up” is live now and won’t just offer you your stats for the year, but you’ll also get a pretty sweet dynamic theme for PS4. The PS5 doesn’t feature themes (yet?) as the company has decided to move onto daily features and news updates, but if you still have your PS4, you can download the theme and view it there anytime. If you upgraded to PS5 and no longer have a PS4, you can always redeem the code and save the theme for yourself later or you can send someone the code as the theme has to be redeemed in the PSN store. Another note, your account has to say you’re 18 or over in order to see your stats. The 2019 wrap up, didn’t  have a no minor policy, so I don’t know it was added to this one. Maybe they want to shield the children from having memories of 2020 and trying to make them forget… dun, dun, dun!!! Just kidding! They can’t forget about it. Hindsight is 2020 afterall! Zing! My dad jokes are on a roll today! Man, they are awful too! Just the way I like it. Anyway, you can check your 2020 stats at wrapup.playstation.com. Let us know what stats you came up with! 

 

In other news, Sony’s PlayStation Studios has officially announced that MLB The Show 21, will not just be exclusive to PlayStation this year, but it’s also coming to the Xbox One and the Xbox Series X/S. Not enough for you? It comes with full crossplay support across all platforms. Nintendo and Microsoft both hinted that The Show 21 could be making an appearance on their respective consoles this year and now we know Microsoft wasn;t wrong, but we haven’t had confirmation that it will be on the Switch this year. The times, they are a changin, huh? Just think of the potential this could bring in the future? Consoles and PC will always have exclusive titles, but it would be great to see these companies make a few games that are normally exclusive and bring them to other consoles. It is an excellent sales tactic and I’m guessing Sony is testing the waters. 

 

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