<img src = "http://images.pushsquare.com/96ef420efae72/ps5-backwards-compatibility.900x.jpg" alt = "Sony has filed another patent for the backward compatibility system, theoretically allowing the inevitable PS5 to play games from previous generations of the console.At the beginning of the month, a patent registered under Marc Chernie was discovered, which apparently indicates a reciprocity method which, again, theoretically, would allow PS5, PS2, PS3, PS4 and PS4 titles. The patent caused a lot of speculation, but as we have already mentioned, patents do not necessarily mean that the proposed technologist I'm going to be used. Sometimes companies simply smell something that the idea is protected from competition.
However, the fact that Sony filed another patent ̵
1; published just yesterday and again, sponsored by the PS4 system architect Mark Chernie – gives a lot of weight to the above-mentioned speculations.Such as the latest patent, this device develops a system that is essentially the tricks of old games, thinking they are working on their original platforms.
Last proposed Sony patent for backward compatibility
We talked about this earlier, but if Sony could somehow come across
full backward compatibility with PS5, this would be hell sale point. Although we think that the PS4 backwards compatibility is nailed for the next generation of boxes, we will obviously have to wait and see how it all unfolds. Nevertheless, it is somewhat reassuring to know that the Japanese giant at least looks at his options.
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