You Might Be Able to Buy a PlayStation 5 This Year After All - IGN Daily Fix

In today's Daily Fix, Sony has secured enough components to meet a very lofty goal of more than 22 million PlayStation 5's sold by the end of the year. For all you gamers out there still trying to buy one, that means things may get a little easier for you as Sony ramps up production. It's still a scalper's market, though, but if you can hold off paying twice the retail price for a PS5, help is on the way. An upcoming Assassin's Creed Valhalla DLC may bring back a fan-favorite AC Hero. No, we won't spoil that for you here (watch the video if you want the info), but although Valhalla takes place in a completely different time period than any other AC game, it's not outside of the series' lore that two characters from two different games can meet. And in other DLC news, Ghost of Tsushima's multiplayer-focused Legends DLC is getting spun off into its own game. If you don't own Ghost of Tsushima, but want to slice-and-dice samurai style with your Tsushima-owning buddies, you can purchase Legends separately for $19.99. The entry will come to both PS4 and PS5 and include (almost) all the content that was in the original release of Legends. Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut is coming August 20th and feature the brand-new Iki Island expansion. It's your Daily Fix!

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