New York (CNN Business)Sony teased Thursday which games will be available to play on its upcoming next-gen PlayStation 5 console. The livestream is available over at CNN Underscored.

It included some games that already exist on PS4, the current generation gaming console, such as Grand Theft Auto V, coming to the PS5.

Here are the highlights:

Spider-Man: Miles Morales

Spider-Man was already a PlayStation 4 exclusive, so fans were expecting the franchise to come to the PS5 as well. Sony confirmed to CNN Business that “Spider-Man: Miles Morales” will be a PS5 exclusive.

It’s a sequel to the 2018 title featuring Miles, a character best known for appearing in the animated film “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse.”

The game builds on its previous title: Miles was briefly teased at the end of the 2018 game, and Peter Parker, the original Spider-Man, can be heard in the new trailer. The game will launch on the PS5 this holiday season.

This is a developing story.

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