The great success that lies ahead for Microsoft and theXbox One Thanks to backward support in the games Xbox 360 leads Sony to confirm that it is preparing a capability similar to its extensive PS2 catalog
Having heard about the nice success of the current generation console from Microsoft, probably mainly thanks to the surprising announcement of Official back support In games Xbox 360 many, it seems that Sony's counter-reaction is coming - confirming that it is working to turn back support in games Playstation 2 on the consolePlaystation 4 latest.
The new feature was discovered by mistake, more or less, when the PS4 version of the title Star Wars Battlefront Comes with a code to download four Star Wars games from the PS2 era - for the new generation. Consumers wondered about it and asked Sony about it - And this was officially announced, As stated, that back support will be enabled in the near future. It is not yet clear whether all the older generation titles will work, or what the technical conditions and limitations of this capability will be.
Back generation supportPlaystation The second is definitely positive, as even today many of the games on the same platform are popular and able to provide a proper gaming experience - but the back-end support for third-generation games, which meanwhile is only very partially available through thePlaystation Now, continues to be the main drawback.
Great video that offers a first demonstration of the new emulation capabilities of thePlaystation 4 - In the meantime it looks absolutely impressive
The very fact that most PlayStation 4 owners have no real way to 'preserve' their PS3 game library, while For Xbox One owners There is such a capability - it is oppressive and causes Microsoft to win several positive points for its name at the expense of the competitor. Hopefully Sony will soon find a way to provide back support even to those who cannot avail the gaming streaming service services they are developing, or alternatively a way to make it available at a decent scale and quality all over the world, and not just in North America.