According to the video, the PS5 launch game won’t be available on “other consoles” for “a limited time,” which suggests it could also be released for PlayStation 4.
UPDATE: PlayStation has since pulled the trailer in question, but you can watch it backed up via Gamespot above.
Sony claimed in a statement issued to Kotaku that the trailer referencing PC and “other consoles” was a mistake. The rep attributed the incorrect information to “human error” and said Demon’s Souls would be exclusive to the PlayStation 5.
ORIGINAL STORY CONTINUES: PlayStation has said the Bluepoint-developed remake would be a “PlayStation exclusive”.
According to the platform holder, the PS5 launch game will “invite players to experience the original brutal challenge, completely rebuilt from the ground up and masterfully enhanced with a new ‘Fractured Mode.’”
The updated version of the 2009 PlayStation 3 title – which was the precursor to the Dark Souls games – will allow players to choose between two graphics modes: one focused on fidelity, and one focused on frame rate.