By Felix Omondi
The announcement of a new generation video game console has all along been a double-edged sword. It hurts you, as much as it excites you. Sure, while it means you will get a more powerful gaming rig, it also means you might have to break your bank account in getting the pricier gaming console and start a new library of game titles released for the new console.
Sony promised that won’t be the case with PS5
With the release of PS5, Sony took an unprecedented move and said it will be backward compatible with PS4 games. On paper what that actually means, is that you can continue playing your current library of PS4 titles on the new generation PS5 gaming rig.
That is good news because as you can imagine PS5 library of titles will be quite limited for the first few months of its release. So while game developers catch up with the new hardware and software of the PS5 and release new games conforming to that platform. You can continue using your old library of PS4 games on the new generation Sony Click here to read entire article