In recent months, there has been speculation that Sony is preparing to redesign the PS Plus. the The subscription service is supposed to be called “Spartacus.” It will offer the possibility to play games PS3And PS2And PS1 And even PSP. Well, now, PlayStation 3 titles have appeared on the PS Store of PS5.
As noted by the vehicle VGC, when trying to view a PS3 game in the default store, the menu should direct the user to the PlayStation Now page – this is of course in PlayStation Store versions of countries that include the service, which is not the case in Brazil.
However, when searching for PS3 games, Dead Or Alive 5 comes out with a price tag in Europe: £7.99. Other users on social media also said they came across names like Bejeweled 3, Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands and Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones.
As of press time, consumers have not been able to purchase these games from the PS5’s PS Store. the list Could be wrongInterestingly, however, Dead or Alive 5 for the PlayStation 3 is not available in the European PS Now catalog.
This news comes shortly after Mark Cerny, PlayStation 5 engineer, Filing a patent on backward compatibility. According to the document, the technology will use synchronization of processing frequencies. In this way, when a program (game) is running on different systems, the program adjusts the speed of the device, to meet its specifications.
Spartacus explained which could contain PS3, PS2, PS1 and PSP games
In December, journalist Jason Schreyer, who is highly regarded in the gaming industry, revealed in a report about Bloomberg, which Sony is “Answer to Xbox Game Pass”. It will come in the form of “Spartacus,” a subscription plan combined with PS Plus and PS Now – the former will continue to receive support from the Japanese company, while the other will end up extinct.
The service will be divided into three categories. Initially, the existing benefits of PlayStation Plus will be preserved. The second would bring a wide catalog of options for PS4 And finally PS5. The third will have the option to stream games from PS3, PS1, PS2, and PSP, as well as extended demos.
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