Sony PS5 confirmed backwards compatibility with almost all PS4 games except these ten

According to Sony’s official announcement, the new Sony PS5 game console will be launched worldwide on November 12th, now just one month before the launch, many PS users are more concerned about the compatibility of the new device with the game. Now there is the latest news, recently Sony’s last official confirmation, the PS5 can run almost all of the 4000 PS4 platform games with compatibility, despite very few for encountering some features or stability bugs.

Sony PS5 confirmed backwards compatibility with almost all PS4 games except these ten

According to Sony’s last official release, and the previously released news is basically the same, the new Sony PS5 can run almost all of the more than 4000 PS4 platform compatible games, but Sony reminded that if you plan to purchase DLC or other paid services for PS4 games on the PS5, please make sure you run the game yourself to make sure you have this experience before making a decision. It is worth noting that some PS4 games are supported by the PS5 for higher frame rates and more game acceleration.

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Sony has also officially announced 10 games that will not run on PS5, namely DWVR, Afro Samurai 2 Revenge of Kuma Volume One, TT Isle of Man – Ride on the Edge 2 ( (Man Island TT Race: Edge Racing 2), Just Deal with it! (Shadow Empire: Remastered), Robinson: The Journey (Robinson’s Journey), We Sing, Hitman Go: Final Edition (Hitman Go: Ultimate Edition), Shadwen (Shadwen), and Joe’s Diner (Joe’s Diner).

The new Sony PS5 is said to cost $399 for the digital version and $499 for the version with an optical drive and will be available worldwide from November 12th, when the country version will also be available for everyone. More details will follow, we will see.