PS5: some titles will not be backwards compatible? Ubisoft portrayed

PS5: some titles will not be backwards compatible? Ubisoft portrayed
The revolution on social media and forums has broken out among fans, after Ubisoft hinted that some of its titles will not work in backward compatibility on PS5, contrary to what Sony had previously reported. In fact, regarding the compatibility of games between PS4 and PS5 and Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S, on the official Ubisoft website it was clearly communicated: "Most of our games catalog will work in backward compatibility between the next and the current generation. of consoles, with some exceptions "and for these reasons, fans of the French producer are very worried.

While on Xbox Series X | S all Ubisoft games for Xbox One should run smoothly in backward compatibility, on PS5, apparently, it will not be possible to play a large number of titles, in contradiction to what previously communicated by Sony, which had already reassured users by confirming that in reality only 10 games for PS4 will not work on PS5. The games in question are:

Assassin's Creed Syndicate Assassin's Creed Chronicles Trilogy Pack Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China Assassin's Creed Chronicles: Russia Risk Star Trek: Bridge Crew Werewolves Within Space Junkies It would be better to define it better the nature of this report, given that at the moment Sony has not provided official justifications in this regard, but we know thanks to gematsu.com that Ubisoft has removed the news in which it spoke of the lack of backwards compatibility on PS5 of some games of the Assassin's Creed series for PS4. According to Gematsu, in fact, Ubisoft has taken a step back due to some inaccuracies, which however remain an unknown factor for the general public.

At the same time, for the version of Assassin's Creed Syndicate PlayStation Store specifies that "the game may show errors or unexpected behavior and some features available on PS4 may be absent". Nonetheless, no warning appears that the title is not playable on the upcoming PS5. At this point, what gamers fear is that other publishers may also make similar claims regarding backward compatibility with their games. And in this climate of uncertainty, Ubisoft leaves us with a doubt: was it simply a lack of satisfaction with the performance of the aforementioned titles? Was it a misunderstanding or is there more we should know about backward compatibility performance on PS5? We just have to wait for more precise information, which we will communicate to you in the coming days.

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