Ubisoft claims that many of its current versions of games are not backward compatible on PlayStation 5, which puts Sony’s recent statement that its next-generation consoles support PS4 software into question.
According to Ubisoft, its 9 current versions will not be backward compatible on PS5.
They are “Assassin’s Creed: Chronicles”, “Assassin’s Creed: Chronicles” trilogy, “Assassin’s Creed: Chronicles”, “Chinese Assassin’s Creed”, “Russian Assassin’s Creed”, risk, Star Trek bridge crew, inner heart Werewolves and space fans.
Update: Ubisoft said it has deleted the Connect article because the PS5 is backward compatible with the game “may have bugs.”
Original content: Earlier this month, Sony released a list of PS4 games that cannot be played on PS5, which includes only 1
The games listed include DWVR, “African Warrior 2: The Revenge of Kumar” Volume One, “TT Isle of Man – Riding on the Edge 2”, “Just to Cope”, “Shadow Remake”, “Robinson: Journey” , “We Sing”, “Killer Go: The Definitive Edition”, Shadwin and Joe’s dinner.
Although Sony claims that “most of the more than 4,000 PS4 games can be played on the PS5 console”, it also pointed out that “some features on the PS4 console may not be available on the PS5 console” and “some PS4 games may Errors or unexpected behavior will occur”.
It recommends that users test the game on PS5 before purchasing any additional content to prevent bad results.
It is not clear whether the Ubisoft games listed above will run on PS5 with sub-par performance or cannot be played on consoles, but we are negotiating with the publisher.
Ubisoft said that on Xbox Series X/S, all of its Xbox One games are backward compatible.
Microsoft said this week that all Xbox, Xbox 360 and Xbox One games that can be played on Xbox One today (except games that require Kinect) will be launched on its next-generation console on November 10.
Sony recently explained how games are transferred and saved between PS4 and PS5. Transferring a PS4 archive to the PS5 version of the same game is up to the individual developer, which means the ability to do so will vary from title to title.
Certain PS4 games will benefit from the PS5 console’s Game Boost, which may allow PS4 games to run at a higher or smoother frame rate. Ghost of Tsushima will use PS5 Game Boost to support frame rates up to 60fps.