Insomniac Games may have only just shipping Spider-Man: Miles Morales, but the studio surprised everyone with Ratchet and Clank's PS5 debut coming in 2021.
The action-platformer looks better than ever, and it'll take full advantage of the PS5's lightning-fast SSD storage, too.
Here's everything you need to know about the game.
Performance Modes In Day One Patch - June 6
Insomniac has announced that the day one patch for the game will have a 60 FPS Performance mode and a 60 FPS Performance mode with Ray-Tracing enabled.
Download Size Revealed - May 24
Good news, PS5 owners - Ratchet and Clank's latest adventure is a download of just 33.6GB.
Ratchet's latest adventure will finally launch on June 11, 2021.
Check out the latest trailer below, starring Rivet, the mysterious female Lombax voiced by Jennifer Hale.
The stunning Gamescom 2020 demo is below:
Price and Editions
Rift Apart will come in Standard and Digital Deluxe Editions, according to the PlayStation Blog. The standard edition costs £69.99, while the Digital Deluxe Edition costs £79.99.
The latter includes the game, five armour sets, a photo mode sticker pack, in-game upgrade materials and digital soundtrack and art book.
Whichever version you buy, pre-ordering will net players the Carbonox armour from Going Commando, and Pixelizer weapon from the 2016 reboot.
As the third entry into the family-friendly series, players will now be armed with weapons that turn enemies into plants, chuck bombs, and much more.
The game sees players surf through different dimensions instantaneously - no doubt thanks to the PS5's impressive SSD.
The game's soundtrack will be composed by DEVO's Mark Motherbaugh, as well as revealing the pre-order bonuses for the game's digital deluxe edition.
Rift Apart will offer an impressive suite of accessibility features for players.
Simplified traversal, camera shake adjustments, using toggles instead of holding buttons and a ledge guard are all available to customise your experience, as well as visual options, too.