This is how the PS Store warns us about backward compatible PS4 games on PS5

PlayStation 5 to be Backward compatible with most PS4 games. Sony‘s digital store, the PlayStation Store, has been updated to reflect this circumstance. All current Sony console games add a message about compatibility with the mquina next-gen, indicating that a system update may be necessary for the title to function and notifying of the possible loss of functions.

“To play this game on PS5, your system may need to be updated to the latest version of the software,” is stated at the beginning of the page. description of all games, for example Amnesia: Rebirth Y Mafia: Definitive Edition. “Although this game is compatible with PS5, some PS4 features may not be available.”

The same description summons the players to the support page on backward compatibility PS5, which indicates how to operate the system and the titles that are not supported. The list “is subject to change” and will only take into account video games, not demos, multimedia content or other applications.

PS Store will be renewed in the next few days

The PlayStation Store will be renewed for all players between October 21 and 26 with a new, more minimalist design You have to put aside the titles of PS3, PS Vita and PSP, which can only be purchased from the PS Store of those systems, with the exception of PSP, whose digital store closed six years ago.

The new one PS Store browser is now available in some territories, showing a design in line with the PlayStation website itself, with a lot of white and big icons. The mobile version will be released on October 28. The design is similar to the web library launched mid-month, which also shows games purchased with PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now.

PlayStation 5 will launch in Spain on November 19th in two models: the one that includes a disc reader will cost 499 and the digital-only machine will cost 399. Games in physical format will be available from November 12, when the console launches in Mexico, the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.


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