PlayStation 5 shouldn't have any problems running PlayStation 4 games, however it looks like Sony's next home console won't go much further and that backward compatibility with PlayStation 3, 2 and 1 won't be possible, at least not via traditional methods.
Ubisoft gave us some signs of this through a post on its official website, where it explicitly clarified that "backward compatibility will be available for supported PlayStation 4 titles, but will not be accessible for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2 and PlayStation gamesSony has not yet officially confirmed what the generations PlayStation that can be played natively on PS5, even if limited exclusively to stating that PS4 titles should work without any problems.
In fact, we know that the Japanese house is carrying out compatibility tests for all the main games in the PS4 library, so it is possible that some of the titles currently available are not fully functional on PS5 since day one. Meanwhile, Ubisoft has removed the offending sentence from its site, probably due to the fact that those details have not yet been confirmed directly by Sony.
This means that we should wait a little longer to find out more. At the moment the question is still nebulous and shrouded in mystery, but it is now time for the Japanese house to reveal all its cards. The latest rumors suggest that there may be an important event as early as next week, but there is currently no confirmation on this.
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