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Sony reveals PS4-only games that are compatible with PS5 console

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It could be the biggest update of the year as Sony has got all the console lovers hyped up owing to the upcoming PS5. The company has even released the price and release date of the device which has added to the hype even more. Now, there has been confusion among gamers on what PS4-only titles will it run. 

Hence, the Japanese tech giant has cleared the air. In a PlayStation support article, the firm has given a list of PS4 only games that are playable on PlayStation 5.

What do the games include: 

-DWVR
-Afro Samurai 2 Revenge of Kuma Volume One
-TT Isle of Man – Ride on the Edge 2
-Just Deal With It!
-Shadow Complex Remastered
-Robinson: The Journey
-We Sing
-Hitman Go: Definitive Edition
-Shadwen
-Joe’s Diner

Now, this list might change subject to change and excludes demos, media, and non-game applications.

So, those who are playing a disc game on PS4, can upgrade the title to PS5 version as well. It needs to be mentioned here that the title should be eligible for a PS5 update at first place. Also mentioned is that “when using a PS5 console, you may have the option to upgrade a disc or digital PS4 game to the digital PS5 version. Depending on the game, this upgrade may occur at no additional cost, may require a purchase, and may be available for a limited time.”

However, the console gamers in India may need to wait for some extra time to get their hands on PS5 as the trademark in in India is no longer with Sony yet.

There is a report by Mako Reactor, the first PS5 trade mark application in India has reportedly been filed by someone named Hitesh Aswani from Delhi. The trademark was apparently filed on October 29 last year. Sony has filed an application for PS5 in February this year.

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