Sony’s next-generation console is still a bit of a mystery due to the limited amount of details and information. Still, a new report from Eurogamer does give us some insight. Sony has told developers that all new PS4 titles submitted for certification after July 13 must be compatible with the PS5, but there was a detail in the report that caught my eye.
Eurogamer reported that both The Last of Us: Part II and Ghost of Tsushima would receive PlayStation 5 support, even though these two exclusive titles must have submitted for certification before they stated to devs about the July 13 deadline. This honestly comes as no surprise, as both The Last of Us: Part II and Ghost of Tsushima are first-party PS4 exclusives that are published by Sony themselves. It makes sense for them to make sure that their first-party titles and system sellers are fully compatible with the PS5. I’m excited to see what improvements the PS5 gives to these titles; they already look phenomenal on the PS4.
What are your thoughts on this? How well do you think The Last of Us: Part II and Ghost of Tsushima will look on the PS5?