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PS5 Exclusive Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart Has Officially Gone Gold

Ratchet & Clank: A Rift Apart
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PS5 Exclusive Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart Has Officially Gone Gold

Today, developer Insomniac Games has announced that its much-anticipated PS5 exclusive third-person shooter, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, has officially gone gold.

In a recent post to Twitter made by Insomniac Games’ official account, the studio confirmed that their family-friendly action-adventure title had finally reached a completed state. In other words, Rift Apart’s fast-approaching June 11 release date is now locked in, and the game is ready to be pressed and shipped to retailers shortly. Check out said tweet down below:

While many PS5 owners are currently busy with Housemarques’s recent roguelite sci-fi shooter, many fans are super excited to jump into Sony and Insomniac Games’ next big exclusive.

Not only does Rift Apart boast the long-awaited return of everyone’s favorite Lombax mechanic and cute robot sidekick Clank, but it will also feature lightning fast loading times thanks to the PS5’s incredibly speedy SSD storage, as well as eye-meltingly impressive visuals courtesy of the next-gen console’s new-and-improved graphical grunt.

Furthermore, Rift Apart will offer a few other really neat features, such as an outrageous arsenal of bonkers weaponry, never-before-seen planets, haptic feedback via the DualSense controller, 3D audio, ray tracing, dynamic 4K and HDR.

For those unaware, Rift Apart is set to be a sequel to 2013’s Into The Nexus, and will be the sixteenth entry in the planet-hopping action series. Go ahead and check out Rift Apart’s latest gameplay trailer here. Seriously, it’s a beauty!

Meanwhile, for those who want to get their Lombax fix right now, a new update recently dropped for 2016’s terrific Ratchet & Clank, which added 60 FPS for PS5 users.

But what say you? Are you excited to teleport your way into Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart’s adventure on June 11? Or will you be giving the PS5 exclusive a miss? Shoot those Pixelizers in the usual place down below.

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