Ubisoft has released a backwards compatibility list that reveals PS4 games that cannot be run on PS5. The game studio chose to share this list on its own website instead of on Sony’s website, but it later turned out that this was not entirely correct, the list was removed from the website.
“We have withdrawn the Ubisoft Connect article and forum post on backward compatibility for now as there may be inaccuracies regarding Ubisoft games playable on PS5,” said the email sent by a Ubisoft spokesperson to The Verge. was sent. It was said.
Before the message was removed, Ubisoft announced that the following nine games will not work on PS5:
- Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate
- Assassin’s Creed: Chronicles Trilogy Pack
- Assassin’s Creed: Chronicles India
- Assassin’s Creed: Chronicles China
- Assassin’s Creed: Chronicles Russia
- Star Trek: Bridge Crew
- Werewolves inside
- Space Junkies
- Ubisoft noted that the correct list will be published next week.
Interestingly, these games weren’t on the backward compatibility list of Sony’s PS5 either. According to the list in question, Sony has announced that ten games will not work on the new console. In contrast, all games released for Xbox One can be played on Microsoft’s Xbox Series X and S consoles.
Sony previously noted that the PS5 will largely support PS4 games. To be precise, it was noted that more than 4 thousand games released for the console are expected to be playable on the next generation of hardware. However, there are some limitations to this.
Most interestingly, two PlayStation VR games such as Star Trek: Bridge Crew and Space Junkies will not be backwards compatible. Sony has announced that the PS5 will support PlayStation VR. However, a special adapter is required to use the head with the new console.