Ghost of Tsushima will look great on PS5 (and Naughty Dog confirms its backward compatible titles)

As you have read on our pages, during the day today Sony made the point about the backwards compatibility of PS4 titles on PS5, making those who feared the worst breathe a sigh of relief.

Now after reading the answers to the most frequently asked questions about the transition between current and next-gen, the various developers are now confirming their support for the platform due out in November, even with some pleasant surprises.

Sucker Punch has in fact proudly confirmed via Twitter that its recent and suggestive Ghost of Tsushima it will obviously be playable on PS5 and it will be possible to transfer the saves from the “old” edition to the PlayStation 4.

But not only that: it also seems that the game will run much better on the new platform, reaching the fateful ones 60 frames per second. Below, the post of the American developer:

In parallel, the other welcome news is that Naughty Dog confirmed that its PS4 library of titles, including masterpieces from the likes of The Last of Us Parte II e Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, it will run smoothly on PS5.

Below, the tweet from the development team published a few minutes ago.

In any case, remember that a few days ago Sony confirmed that the 1.1 update of Ghost of Tsushima will be available starting October 16 for PS4 and will introduce Ghost of Tsushima Legends, Sucker Punch’s open world multiplayer expansion set in eastern land.

If you want to learn more about the latest PS4 console exclusive adventure, we strongly recommend that you also catch up on our rich review of Ghost of Tsushima curated by Domenico Musicò, in which we reveal the pros and cons of this intriguing product.

The game, we remind you, is available since July 17 in absolute exclusive on the PS4 console.

his Amazon Ghost of Tsushima is available at a very attractive price, in order to allow you to discover the recent and surprising adventure set in the suggestive ancient Japan. Don’t miss it!

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