Right here we go once more. One other bug, one other spherical of speculations that Sony’s toying with PS5 backwards compatibility with PS1, PS2, and PS3 video games. This time, a bug briefly wiped PS4 trophies and displayed them as PS3 video games. It hasn’t even been a fortnight since a bug had PS3 video games appearing on the PS5 console store with price tags. Nonetheless, that bug has been round for some time and the costs mirrored previous PS Now costs from a time the service used to permit renting video games individually. That stated, we don’t have clarification for this newest bug.
Has Sony hinted at PS5 backwards compatibility with older libraries?
Sony’s been glorious at staying mum about PS5 backwards compatibility with PS1, PS2, and PS3 video games. Nonetheless, a recently-updated patent filing prompt that the corporate remains to be actively toying with the function. Again in December, Bloomberg reported that Sony was engaged on a Sport Cross rival code named Project Spartacus so that is all curious timing and an excessive amount of to easily be a coincidence. It’s not exterior the realm of chance that Challenge Spartacus will supply subscribers entry to older recreation libraries, and that is what it’s all about.
PS4 trophies aren’t working and for many individuals they’re exhibiting up as PS3 video games #PlayStation pic.twitter.com/wUhjmsccgQ
— Hunter (@NextGenPlayer) January 25, 2022
Is it taking place?! pic.twitter.com/upzaZ94cSQ
— Ryan Gorris (@Sirrog85) January 25, 2022
Opinion: Sony must put PS5 backwards compatibility rumors to relaxation
Zarmena writes… I do know it’s not like Sony to touch upon speculations and rumors, however I nonetheless hope this one is put to relaxation quickly. Challenge Spartacus appears all however confirmed so it makes the anticipate an official announcement much more troublesome for followers. That stated, I’ve a sense that the grand reveal will occur someday this spring.
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