PlayStation 5: Answering your questions on compatible PS4 peripherals & accessories

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PlayStation 5: Answering your questions on compatible PS4 peripherals & accessories

Information on DualShock 4, PS VR, officially licensed peripherals, and more.

In our June Future of Gaming digital event, we announced an array of PlayStation 5 peripherals and accessories that will be launching this holiday season. But we know that many of you were also wondering if and how existing PlayStation 4 peripherals are compatible with the next-gen system. Today, we’re happy to share a brief FAQ that will answer some of your questions. 

If you have questions that aren’t addressed, feel free to leave them in the comments below.

Which existing PS4 peripherals/accessories will work on PS5?

  • Specialty peripherals, such as officially licensed racing wheels, arcade sticks, and flight sticks, will work with PS5 games and supported PS4 games.
  • The Platinum and Gold Wireless Headsets, as well as third-party headsets that connect via USB port or audio jack, will work on PS5 (the headset companion app is not compatible with PS5).
  • The DualShock 4 wireless controller and PlayStation officially licensed third-party gamepad controllers will work with supported PS4 games. 
  • Both the PS Move Motion Controllers and the PlayStation VR Aim Controller will work with supported PS VR games on PS5.

Please note, not all PlayStation officially licensed or third-party peripherals/accessories may work on PS5. We recommend checking with the manufacturer to confirm whether a product will work on PS5 and specific titles. 

Will DualShock 4 work with PS5 games?

No, we believe that PS5 games should take advantage of the new capabilities and features we’re bringing to the platform, including the features of DualSense wireless controller.

Is the PlayStation Camera for PS4 compatible with PS5?

Yes, PlayStation Camera for PS4 will work with PS5 for playing supported PS VR games. It will require a PlayStation Camera adaptor that will be provided at no additional cost to PS VR users. More details on how to get the adaptor will be announced at a later date. Playing supported PS VR games on PS5 will also require a DualShock 4 wireless controller or PlayStation Move controller, depending on the game.

And that’s it! We’ll continue to provide updates on PlayStation 5 down the road, so make sure to check back soon.

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  • What about PSVR and its breakoutbox itself?

    • It will definitely work. It was said that the PSVR is compatible with the PS5 so the box should be also.

    • There is a chance that it won’t require a breakout box, but either way they have previously stated that PSVR is supported.

    • I wonder if both revisions of PSVR will work? The original release did not support HDR pass-through.
      v1: CUH-ZVR1
      v2: CUH-ZVR2

    • How about the line up of Astro products such as the A50 headset & C40 Controller?

      Will the PS5 feature an optical audio output on the consoles I/O?

    • @TheLastLemming2 It was the breakout box of the original PS VR (CUH-ZVR1) that didn’t support HDR pass through.

      You can use the CUH-ZVR1 on newer breakout box and see HDR pass through working.

    • I sincerely hope no breakout box is required, that would be amazing, but @cusman where do you get replacements from? I have the first version and it’s annoying to the point I don’t even have it setup just now.

    • Will there be support for mouse and keyboard of any kind ? Thanks !😊

    • @brindy666 You can buy used HDR supporting PSVR breakout box from Walmart website.

  • Let me preorder the Ps5 already!!!

  • as long as headsets are compatible im ok

  • 1. Will there be a backbutton attachment for Dualsense?
    2. What about new PS5 camera (can I use it for PSVR?) or do I need old one for PSVR?

    • I’m assuming the camera is similar to the one for the PS5. I think you should wait though, because they might announce a second model of the PSVR headset. It would be weird if they announced a camera alongside the PS5 without anything to go with it

    • I’d imagine it won’t be too disimilar to the old camera to be honesf, otherwise the PSVR wouldn’t be compatible.

    • I’ve been asking about the backbutton for months. We thought they were built in, I finally saw a vid with someone showing the back of the DS5 enough to see there was none. No one’s answered me either. I’ve gotten so used to that thing instead of constantly pushing the sticks… Or the left button for the left stick and the right button for one of the d-pad.

  • Do all third party headsets will have the 3D effect in PS5 ?

  • When are pre-orders opening?

  • Will the DualSense controller work with PS4 games on PS5? Can I use the DualSense on PS4 currently?

    • The DualSense will probably work it just won’t be using the fancy tech that the DS4 didn’t support. I doubt Sony would be forcing people to use the old controllers to play PS4 games on the PS5

  • ps5 price and pre-orders

    • Disk free – £349 $399 €399
      Disk – £449 $499 €499
      October for preorders

    • Don’t suggest rumours as fact.
      Retailers habe suggested they suspect it’ll be £449. But have also had no communication from Sony themselves.

    • I’d be surprised if a mere disc drive saved more than $50. It’s certainly not 20% of the cost to make PS5.

    • Why exactly would a slot Blu Ray drive cost 100? Is this 2010?? 😅

    • @mateusz7610 No chance those are the prices. I think people are going to be very disappointed of that’s what they’re setting their hearts and wallets on. Digital is likely to be £449 and disc possibly as high as £549.

      @MiseryPrincess do you know how much a stand-alone UHD Blu Ray player costs? It’s way more than £100. It’s got nothing to do with how much it costs Sony to add, it’s the retail value of adding such a feature. If you think they won’t charge £100 more for a Blu Ray drive, then you need to consider what tech companies have watched Apple get away with charging and understand they all want a piece of that ‘consumers with bottomless pockets’ pie. Apple think nothing of charging £100 for 32gb extra storage on an iPhone when the actual cost of adding that chip is tiny. Consumers just see it as twice the storage, bigger better phone so price is justified.

      Budget £600 ready for the launch and you’ll have enough with money left over. You may have more or less money left than you thought/would like, but we’re too close to launch to not start putting money aside ready.

    • If we go by what the PS4 cost and account for inflation then $500 and $550 seems like where they will probably be on the price. To be safe you should put back at least $650 dollars to account for tax as well.

    • My guess.

      $499 Regular

      $449 Digital Ed.

      Unless the cheaper model has only 500gb of SSD then $400. It wouldn’t be unheard of if the Digital Ed. was $100 less because UHD players are generally over 100 dollars, but you are paying for the entirety of the product there.

      Late August price/preorder announcement as well as the set launch lineup and more game announcements.

      Preorders will open in September and PS5 will release November 20th.

      Possibly the 19th, but the 20th is a Friday, PS4 released November 15th on a Friday. Cyberpunk releases on November 19th, that’s the only reason i believe the 19th is possible.

      Refer back to this when i’m right. Oh, and more PS5 announcements from first party are coming in August.

    • @DenzilOshamen You’re thinking about that the wrong way round perhaps.

      The question isn’t how much extra it costs Sony to include something, but rather how much less Sony would charge for not including something. It’s unlikely to be the full cost of the components, as that would cut into profits.

      Also, it’s worth remembering the cost of a standalone player means little when Sony aren’t paying for a full player, don’t pay retail prices, and goods rarely cost what their components do. Also historic Sony examples like the PSP GO, which was basically the same idea.

    • I expect small difference in price in the shops. The Sony official price may have bigger diffrence. But selling digital only consoles is really bad bussiness plan for specialized gaming shops. So I guess they will push the disk version as much as possible offiring lots of deals to get to interesting price (sales, bundled games, store credit,… anything to put you off from buying piece of HW that will cuase you never to visit them again)

  • It probably will but just making sure,
    Will steering wheels like logitech g29 be compatible with the ps5?

    • The first point.
      “Specialty peripherals, such as officially licensed racing wheels, arcade sticks, and flight sticks, will work with PS5 games and supported PS4 games.”

  • I think the most important question we need to know here is, can we still use our PlayStation Vita’s for remote play??

  • Can you compile a list of working third-party peripherals with the PS5 as it is harder to contact these manufacturers from consumer level compared to Playstation. Thanks

  • Will the new HD Camera accessory be compatible with PSVR as an alternative to using the existing camera with an adapter? (to prevent multiple cameras and potentially improve tracking through the higher resolution camera)

    • I’d assume so, myself, otherwise the PSVR simply wouldn’t work.

    • Per the Blog post, PSVR will work without the new HD Camera using an adapter that allows you to use the existing camera.

      I also assume it will work based on the new camera being a stereo camera. It may even improve tracking since it is a higher resolution. However, I would like official confirmation.

  • Hey,

    1. Will the PS5 support headsets that use an optical audio cable?
    2. Will the DS4 backbutton attachment work with the Dualsense controller, or might the Dualsense get its own backbutton attachment?

    • The DS4 back button attachment probably won’t work with the DualSense. The shape of it is molded to fit the DS4 and the DualSense is quite different in shape

    • Is clearly states usb and audio jack. I hate people who don’t read the article and ask dumb ass questions.

    • I have NEVER seen a headset with optical cable… just headphone jack. Optical is normally from a device (game console, dvd player or w/e) to the tv/stereo.

    • @mateusz7610 – Coming from the guy who just announced pricing and preorder dates before Sony have said anything 😂 let’s all stop asking questions and stop listening to Sony even, clearly you have all the answers.

      Also, he actually is asking a legitimate question as they didn’t say anything about an optical port for the PS4 until close to release.

      Stop getting so angry, there is more to life than a blog post.

      @Cloud__Rulez – Many headsets use optical, such as the astro A50 wireless headset I have.

    • @Cloud__Rulez Turtle Beaches use optical.


  • Hello, just wondering what date will the console be released, and how much please. Thanks in advance.

  • Will my Astro c40 controller work on the PS5 ?

  • The better question is: Which PS4 Games will work? Will they all work? Just a few? A selection? Can we use our gamedisc or do we need to buy all games again?

    • It was said before. They’re still testing the games, but they project that all of them will work.

      You don’t have to buy the games again. If you buy the disc version of the PS5, you can just pop in your disc and a PS5 version will start up. If you own all your games digitally, you can buy the digital edition of the console and as long as you have your PSN account (with the games on it) you can just re-download them on the PS5

    • All PS4 games released in the future will have to be compatible – this was confirmed by Sony. “Top 100” PS4 games are being explicitly tested for compatibilty at Sony and thus will also be 100% compatible (no details on what those 100 are though).
      As for other games – this is just my educated guess but I’d say most of them will work. Some may have issues and it will be up to devs to address them (or not).
      Also: I don’t see why you wouldn’t be able to play games from PS4 discs (unless you get the “digital edition” PS5 of course).

    • It’s top 100, and most of the exclusives.

    • 100% of top 100 is a misquote.

      “We recently took a look at the top 100 PlayStation 4 titles as ranked by playtime, and we’re expecting almost all of them to be playable at launch on PlayStation 5,” Cerny says.

    • You will have to buy all your games (and more) again and none of them will work. ;)

    • as long as god of war works at first. The only game that doesn’t work on my ps4 and no one could figure it out (at Sony or Santa Monica). Never gets past the splash screen (before the start screen)… just stays black.

    • Oi, BastiLejon, Don’t give Sony ideas. 😂😂

  • “The Platinum and Gold Wireless Headsets, as well as third-party headsets that connect via USB port or audio jack, will work on PS5 (the headset companion app is not compatible with PS5).”

    This sounds as if PlayStation are doing away with the optical out port which is a shame and will be a problem for many. I use a pretty expensive amp/DAC to power my headphones and I have a USB mic. I hope I can still use my existing setup without any issues, but I foresee problems. I’m a little nervous tbh. :(

    • Its called cutting something 99% of the people don’t use and adding something 99% will use.

    • No it’s not. If the they remove the optical out they are cutting something, that’s true, but what are they adding?

      Sony invented the SPDIF (the S stands for Sony) port and it has been the standard for audio for 40 years, so other than cost cutting it makes no sense to remove it. Headsets from Astro, Turtle Beach, SteelSeries or setups like mine all use Toslink.

      Don’t be ‘that guy’ who cheerleads when features are taken away. smh

    • It was a joke the will be a optical port as they said the will be support for surround sound speaker sets and most of does use the optical port. Please don’t hit me for trying to be funny

    • Welcome to the 21st century where HDMI is more than capable of supporting both Audio and Video signals. Not to mention HDMI 2.1.
      Toslink was the PS4 Pro’s thing. I highly doubt it will also come with the PS5. They must have cut down dramatically on extras with the launch console.

    • Many TVs have optical pass through, so the TV can route the audio signal from HDMI to the optical output, which can connect to any S/PDIF sound system, speakers or headphones.

      This is how I use it with my PS4 Pro and Samsung TV. So I never use the optical port on the PS4 itself.

    • My TV has Optical, unfortunately it won’t pass through DTS / Dolby.

      Luckily, I’ve had an HDMI audio extractor / de-embedder box with Optical output and DTS / Dolby bitsream passthrough.

      (Why are we not able to report the troll?)

  • Will the PS5 have support for optical cable? I need to verify for audio options as well.

  • Great news that PSVR users will get the adapter free of charge! Very happy to hear that!

  • Will there be better support Bluetooth Headphones and wireless buds on the PS5 or will I need a separate dongle?

  • Does PS VR work with PS5?

  • Will the Astro A50 gen 4 work on PS5?

  • I have a Turtle Beach Elite Pro 2 Headset ( Usb with volume dial ). Will this be compatible with PS5?

  • Will the back button attachment work with the Dualsense?

  • Does PS5 have optical audio out?

  • What about other headsets/headphones using a Bluetooth connection? Take the Sony WH-1000X M3 for example, it already supports 3D audio.

    Great news about the PS VR compatibility. I expected as much when we got a glimpse of the PS5 camera.

    • The console definitely has Bluetooth so yes it will work.

      You know why because the controller connects via Bluetooth.


    • Yep agreed. Sony really need to support existing Sony headphones as well like the Sony wh-1000xm3 to connect easily and support 3d audio

    • It won’t allow you to use Bluetooth like ps3. You can’t use Bluetooth cause the audio quality drops down when using a mic. It’s not enough bandwidth on bluetooth to have stereo or 3d sound and have the microphone on at the same time that’s why when you get cell phone calls the audio sounds like crap. Also the lag that is introduced would hurt gaming sounds. That’s why every wireless mic comes with a dongle or a base stand for ps4. I did alot of digging to figure out why. Unfortunately I believe they will do the same with ps5.

    • Sorry to be the barer of bad news but I would guarantee with 99.99% certainty that the PS5 won’t support Bluetooth headphones. Without going into massive detail, the short of it is that Bluetooth cannot support high quality audio with a mic.

      The headphone portion will use A2DP (high quality stereo profile), but the second the mic is activated the profile changes to HSP/HFP (mono). You absolutely can enjoy high quality audio via Bluetooth headphones without a mic, but I’m not sure if Sony would go to the expense of adding that feature for such a tiny amount of people, especially when it looks as if they are removing the optical out port that would be used by more people.

      Until Sony say otherwise we are all of course speculating, but there is plenty of information out there that points to Bluetooth in PS5 being very unlikely. Like I said above, the problem isn’t the audio quality of Bluetooth for just listening, but when paired with a mic the technology just isn’tood enough.

      Also, all of those wieless headsets out there that connect via a dongle, NONE of them are Bluetooth. All of them use proprietary radio tech, otherwise they just wouldn’t be good enough.

    • Thats why you get a mic in the controller lmao to get the people with bad mics or with Bluetooth something better to use.

  • Will the Dualsense controller work for PS4 games. For instance I only have one PS4 controller and intend on selling my PS4 prior to release of the PS5. Will I therefore need a dualshock controller to play any PS4 and PSVR games or will I be able to use the dualsense?

    • Did you read what it says you can use a ps4 controller for ps4 games but ps5 games will need a ps5 controller

    • He asked will the PS5 controller work for PS4 games running on the PS5. That was not mentioned here.

      “The DualShock 4 wireless controller and PlayStation officially licensed third-party gamepad controllers will work with supported PS4 games.” No mention of the PS5 controller working on PS4 games running on a PS5 system.

      Maybe read it again yourself.
      And by the way, you are just assuming things too, which isn’t helping anyone, just like you assume below that PS5 controllers will work on PS4 games on PS5 and will have “new features disabled” lol.

      Stop making things up.

    • I am not as mentions in a playstation event they want the ps5 controller to be used on the ps4 lmao check your facts before you come at me lmao.

    • I will do what i want i live in a free county

    • Actually, they’ve stated the Dualsense won’t work on PS4, so you’re wrong again.

      They’ve said that third party PS4 controllers and DS4’s will work with Backward compatible games on PS5, but PS5 will only work with Dualsense.

  • What does this mean for Astro and Scuf controllers, they’ll only work with PS4 games?

  • Will steelseries Bluetooth headsets work?

    • The console definitely has Bluetooth so yes it will work.

      You know why because the controller connects via Bluetooth.


    • @mateusz7610 Just because the controllers connect via BT, it doesn’t mean any headset will. There are plenty of headsets that aren’t compatible with the PS4 BT.

    • I will say what i want i live in a free country

    • Yeah please stop spreading misinformation, Mateusz.

      It is HIGHLY unlikely that the PS5 will support Bluetooth headpones/headsets. There are technical limitations to Bluetooth that make it unsuitable as an audio option. Connecting your controller is one thing, but Bluetooth lacks the necessary bandwith for audio and a mic.


    • I’d personally suggest no, but Sony may shock us yet. It also depends on what version of Bluetooth they opt for (if any) and if your headset will work with that version.

  • Can I plug my PS4 USB HDD in and start playing supported PS4 games or will I have to download them all again.

    • Probably no as saves might be saved differently as its a different software

    • @mateusz7610 Wrong! Mark Cerny actually recommended using your external PS4 HDD with its library to play PS4 games on the PS5. PS5 games can be stored on the same HDD, but will need to be moved back to the internal to be played, due to the way the new games require the SSD to work.

    • This guy can’t read what i wrote and he is coming at me lmao

    • The PS4 HDD will work with the PS5 to play BC games, but obviously, not all your games will work.

      I’m more intriqued as to whether my current Seagate HD will be able to work with it, although, I do think it’d be a long shot.

    • Ext HDD will work for PS4 games ONLY. If you want more PS5 games storage you will need to use the special bay for extra storage and buy a special NVME storage card.

      Contrary to what was said here, the PS4 games will NOT be needed to move to the faster drive to be played. They can be played perfectly fine from the EXT HDD as they are right now.

    • @ShtayimPac

      You absolutely CAN store PS5 games on an external HDD, this was clearly stated during the Cerny presentation. You will, however, have to move them to the internal SSD before they can be played.

  • Will the accessibility options from the ps4 be on the ps5 at launch? Specifically the button remapping feature?

  • Czy jest sens kupować PS5, jeżeli nie ma się telewizora kompatybilnego z hdmi 2.1 i funkcjami działającymi z hdmi 2.1? Mój tv to Samsung q90 z matrycą 120 hz przy rozdzielczości 2560×1440, i hdmi 2.0b, czy taki tv wykorzysta choćby jedną funkcję PS5? Czy lepiej najpierw kupić tv z hdmi 2.1 a potem PS5?

    • HDMI 2.1 daje ci przede wszystkim możliwość wyświetlania 120 fps w 4K, co raczej nie będzie często spotykane w grach na PS5 (2.0 wyświetli 60 fps, co powinno na luzie wystarczyć).
      Nie jestem ekspertem, ale nie przejmowałbym się tym za bardzo na tym etapie ;)

  • Will the DualSense controller be compatible with PS4 systems at launch? If not, when can we expect compatibility to be added?

    • If you mean will Dualsense be able to work on the PS4?
      Then no it won’t.

      If you mean will the Dualsense work with BC games?
      Then yes it will, but for some games, you’ll be able to connect the Dualshock and play using that.

    • I need to correct myself here. The Sense controller may not work with BC games

  • I am getting pretty fed up with dripping just small bits of information but not giving any other details or tagging the standard line that other details will be available at a later date!! Come on SONY I am hyped to the max for the PS5 etc but my patience is starting to wear really thin now!! Simply stating “Yes, PlayStation Camera will work with PS5 for playing supported PS VR games. It will require a PlayStation Camera adaptor that will be provided at no additional cost to PS VR users. More details on how to get the adaptor will be announced at a later date.” is not good for consumers, I want to play PSVR day 1 on launch day with my PS5 and if i need an adaptor to do so i’d rather order it now rather than being anxious that it might not arrive day 1 – Sony need to start talking rather than being ninja with all these random bits of info!!!

    • Lmao then don’t read updates about compatibility information lmao. And say thanks to corona they cant manufacture everything for day 1. Stop complaining and wait for the August event coming soon

    • They have confirmed PSVR on PS5, why stress?

  • English-
    Is there any sense in PS5 if you don’t want to buy HDMI 2.1 compatible and HDMI 2.1 compatible features? My TV for Samsung q90 with a matrix of 120 hz with the experience of 2560 × 1440, and hdmi 2.0b, would such a TV use the PS5 only once? Is it better to buy a tv with hdmi 2.1 first and then a PS5?

  • It would’ve been cool, if the PS5 titles had an alternate feature for playing them with Dualshock 4. Like disabling the adaptive triggers input and replacing haptic feedback with rumble.
    I know this means it’ll defeat the whole purpose but this also does mean I can keep the Dualshock 4 as a cheap backup. Or for local couch-split-screen multiplayer.

    • Then whats the point of the millions in research and development to make one of the most advanced controlled in the world to make the old one work as well. This is business not charity.

    • Well, the idea is that these games take advantage of the Dualsense capabilities. Seems a bit silly to throw most of them away just for Dualshock

    • It will probably be like sixaxis or analog face buttons. Only 3 non Sony games will use the new features ever.

    • I’m eager to see how many games (especially non first party) end up really using the new DualSense features.

      But I’m sure it would be a lot fewer if they allowed to use the old controller.

    • The features seem heavily focused on artsy or horror games.
      So, probably not as many, but not many really seemed to use the touchpad as more than a mere extra button, so we’ll see.

  • Will official DualShock 4 charging station work with DualSense Controllers ?

  • Will the Scuf vantage 1 officially licensed by Sony will be compatible with the PS5?

  • Will the DualSense controller work for PS4 games on PS5 ?

  • “Specialty peripherals, such as officially licensed racing wheels, arcade sticks, and flight sticks, will work with PS5 games and supported PS4 games.

    Just to be sure, does this include instrument controllers such as those used for Rock Band?

  • Nacon revolution pro 3 controller to work

  • Incredibly dissapointed in this. I have serious difficulty using the PlayStation controller layout due to dexterity probelms in my hands and have spent a lot of money finding a third party controller that let’s me play without problems, to hear that I’ll be unable to use said expensive controller and forced to use something I can’t handle properly because you want me to ‘experience’ some controller gimmick is frankly shameful. And to think your developers like Naughty Dog have worked so hard for accessibility features in their games only for you to throw all that good will away so you can sell more controllers.

    • Wow i am sorry that you are part of the minority and because of that i would wait a little more after launch before you buy the ps5 as new games are still coming to the ps4 just not the exclusives. Hope this helped and i am sorry to hear you are having issues with the playstation 5 info.

    • Ignore the troll.

      If it’s third party, they’ll already know if it can connect up to the new console. It’s worth getting in touch with the manufacturer and asking if there is a way it can replace the PS5 controller for your needs. If not, they may even be developing one specifically for it. These companies are extremely versatile at getting around new things.
      Also, most of ND’s advancements have come through Sony, so, I mean they’ll be aware of issues like this, I’d deffinitely get in contact with the controllers manufacturer.

    • You aren’t being forced to do anything, you’ll still b able to use said expensive controller enjoying the games as you have been.
      You’re creating a hypothetical situation.
      It’s entirely possible that you may still be able to contniue using that controller for PS5 games with some “gimmicks” disabled.

    • @mateusz7610 – why do you talk like you work for Sony? I think you need a new hobby because you’re not very good at this one.

    • Nalla, it’s just little man syndrome.

    • You’re correct that the possibility might still be there, but the blog post mostly says and indicates that it will not – Including the direct statement that the DS4 will not. That is the worst sign (and it’s absolute bs for Sony to do).

  • What about the Sony 1000xm3 headphones that support 3d audio. It would be awesome to use those wirelessly… And they are kind of first party?

  • Will Dualsense work on PS4?

  • Will Sony finally support their own Premium headsets like the WH-1000XM3?

  • Will the dualsense controller work on ps4

  • Are PS4 games ‘PS4 Pro’ enhanced on PS5?

    • Yes the top 100 will be backwards compatible for launch and the rest will follow after launch

    • @mateusz7610
      Thanks for the reply!

    • @mateusz7610 Please stop writing all of this wrong information on every post… The “top 100 games” thing has been debunked by Sony themselves, right after Mark Cerny said it, in a blog post on this very site, and they expect the vast majority of PS4 games to be compatible with PS5, if not all. The “100 games” comment was in regards to the confirmed games working at the time of the first PS5 showcase.

    • I will say what i want i live in a free country

    • @flipkick661

      Thanks for the follow-up!

      I admit that I haven’t paying much attention to all of the announcements that Sony has been making, so I just assumed that mateusz7610 was telling the truth.

      I know that they’re aiming for 100% compatibility, but I wasn’t sure if they’d be ‘PS4 Pro’ enhanced when played on PS5.

    • Flipkick ia correct.

      Top 100 is for launch specifically, but they said that the majority will be available, I think PS Now is apparently makkng the jump, but not read anything set in stone about that.

    • @mateusz7610 – well I’ve definitely remembered your name as one to not be trusted, have fun trying to trick people with false information…must be such a fun life.

    • @nalla87 £2.99 = name change lmao
      And why you taking everything to heart weirdo.

  • how abiut remite play and elgato ?
    because i’m noob streamer hehe….

    ” baim play “

    • typo…

      how about remote play….. bla bla

    • Remote play hasn’t had anything said about it, but saying that, I’d assume it’ll be a dropped feature, it was something a lot of gamers didn’t use and since they’ve stopped producing the Vita, it’d be reliant on third party tablets.

      Elgato, you’d have to contact yourself and double check your equipment will deffinitely work.

    • @SolaceCreed You do realise remote play is officially supported on iOS and Android through a Sony Remote Play app. You can even connect a DualShock direct to your iPhone now and play the games properly (although no rumble and for some reason the smartpad button doesn’t work). I’d be surprised if Sony didn’t keep remote play going, seeing as they’ve only recently supported it on smartphones after the death of the Vita. It’s only software after all, and that already exists on PS4. Might not work out of the box, and could rely on an update, but again, I doubt it’s a feature they’d kill.

    • That’s exactly what I said, it’d be reliant on 3rd party tablets.

  • If I choose to purchase ps5 digital edition, will I have a smaller access to games if I can only purchase them online?

    • Play station always has sales so you will always have and it just means you can’t but physical media

    • I can’t name a single PS4 game that isn’t available on the PS Store (except some not being available in specific regions) so I’d say no. You only lose the choice to get any of them in physical versions.

    • No, all games released on Sony or Microsoft consoles will be available to download. It’s an extra way for them to earn a cut of the sale.

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