It seems that Sony has allowed its first party studios to reveal some more details on the compatibility of their PS4 titles with the next generation console and after discovering the backward compatibility of Naughty Dog games on PS5 it’s the turn of Sucker Punch with Ghost of Tsushima.
In fact, it seems that Ghost of Tsushima on PlayStation 5 will not limit itself to offering significantly faster uploads, but thanks to Game Boost it will allow players to enable an additional graphics option for increase the maximum number of frames per second to 60 and make the gaming experience much smoother. This particular feature will be very useful too ahead of the arrival of Ghost of Tsushima Legends, the free online multiplayer expansion coming next week. In addition to the visual upgrade, Sucker Punch also confirmed that players who started the game on PlayStation 4 will be able to transfer saves from one console to another via cloud (for PlayStation Plus subscribers only), LAN cable, wi-fi or USB memory.
You have already taken a look at the photos of Ghost of Tsushima made by Emanuele Bresciani for Sony?