What are the best PS5 platformer games in March 2021? From the likes of Jak & Daxter to Ratchet & Clank, everyone likes platformer games and PS5 looks set to provide us with some great offerings going forward. Naturally then, we’re going to keep track of these platform hopping gems, so here are the best PS5 fighting games ranked in March 2021.
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Best PS5 Platformer Games Ranked In March 2021
Best PS5 platformer games ranked in March 2021:
Sackboy: A Big Adventure
Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time
1. Sackboy: A Big Adventure
In Sackboy: A Big Adventure, players take control of the titular threaded hero across a wide variety of platforming levels as Sackboy attempts to rescue his fellow sackfolk that have been kidnapped by the villainous Vex.
A masterclass of pixel-perfect platforming and truly stunning next-generation visuals that make materials like carpet, thread and wood really pop out, Sackboy also makes stunning use of the DualSense controller too. Quite simply, Sackboy: A Big Adventure is easily the best platformer available on PS5 right now and a great PlayStation exclusive.
2. Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time
Though not a massive upgrade over the already great PS4 version, Crash Bandicoot 4 on PS5 is still super essential stuff. The latest entry in the legendary Crash Bandicoot platforming series, Crash Bandicoot 4 combines hardcore platforming with a range of colorful characters and Pixar style visuals which ensure that it lingers long in the mind.
Available as a free upgrade to players that own the PS4 original, Crash Bandicoot 4 on PS5 also shines on account of its dynamic 4K resolution and locked 60 frames per second presentation. Crash Bandicoot has never looked (or played) this good.
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