One of the most anticipated features of the upcoming PlayStation 5 is backward compatibility. Finally we have some clarity regarding the new feature. Here are the details!
Sony’s upcoming new console is expected to come out in 2020. According to sources close to Sony, the PS5 will be compatible with games from the previous consoles, as opposed to what was believed.
The general consensus is that Sony will unveil their new gaming console next year. One of the most controversial issues about the PS5 that has been leaked so far is whether the new console will be backward compatible.
Sources close to the company claim that PS5 will support not only PS4 games, but also PS3 and even PS2 titles. While mode of backward compatibility is not yet elaborated and we will have to wait for a while, it is now definite that the console will have the feature.
On the other hand, there is still a lot of unknowns regarding the PS5. It is said that the new game console will use an 8-core Ryzen processor based on AMD’s Navi architecture and a dedicated GPU. The device will also have a price tag of around $ 500.