Jim Ryan, chairman and CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment, has indicated that users will be happy with the performance of classic PlayStation titles running on PS4 and PS5 using the format holder’s new PlayStation Plus service, due to launch this year. summer.
Speaking to Famitsu magazine, Ryan wouldn’t be drawn into commenting on whether or not PS1, PS2, and PS3 games would benefit from additional bells and whistles for classic titles, but he did reveal that they “look great.”
“I heard from people who have played with it that it looks great on PlayStation 4 and 5. But it will depend on the game.” He added that there would be “more details to come” regarding the performance of classic PlayStation games using the service.
The new PlayStation Plus will offer a three-tier subscription service, each of which will provide different content and increase in price.
PlayStation Plus Premium, which is the most expensive option, gives you access to up to 400 games on PS4 and PS5, as well as a host of legacy titles spanning PS1, PS2, PS3 and PSP. It has been suggested that PS3 emulation is possible on PS5, but Sony is not interested in investing the resources to make it happen.
Source : PSU