Sony has been trying to remove the generation gaps between its consoles because of the extremely high user base. They are talking about providing backward compatibility and having the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 play games together.
PlayStation 4 is still a very powerful console and the company just cannot leave it yet. The decision would anger so many users and the company is trying to find a middle ground. Sony isn’t going to be at E3.People are thinking whether their PlayStation 4s will receive the flagship games or not. Sony has confirmed though. Games like The Last Of Us 2 and Death Stranding are still going to come to the current PlayStation 4 platform.
PlayStation 4: What does the Sony team have to say?
“For the next three years or so, PlayStation 4 will be the engine of SIE’s engagement and probability, as we seek to keep the existing owner base engaged and delighted and attract new owners from different markets and different demographics,” Jim Ryan who is SIE CEO and president had said in a Sony Investor Relations Day 2019 presentation. “In this, we will be massively helped by an outstanding roster of new and exclusive games that have yet to be launched.”
Ryan was talking over a slide at the financial specialist meeting, which highlighted a realistic with one tile that read “Extraordinary program of select AAA amusements still to come,” trailed by thumbnails of three up and coming PlayStation 4 games: The Last of Us Part II, Death Stranding, and Ghost of Tsushima.
This doesn’t decide out the likelihood that these recreations are likewise discharged on PlayStation 5, however, Ryan and the remainder of Sony are not prepared to remove the progression of PlayStation 4 diversions at this time.
What’s in store with the PS5?
We have seen videos of the loading times of the brand new PlayStation 5 which are extremely fast. This is because Sony has used solid-state disks all around in the console. It’s also been said that the PlayStation 5 will be launched at a lucrative price point. It won’t be blasphemous.