Some of the games that were originally released on the PlayStation 3 have started to appear on the PlayStation 5 digital storefront with actual pricing options.
As pointed out by VideoGamesChronicle, games like Dead or alive 5 and Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands now shows the actual purchase price instead of just asking users to subscribe to Sony’s on-demand game streaming service, PlayStation Now.
These pricing options only appear on the European version of the PS5’s PlayStation Store, which is why Sony reported it. withdrawing retail card for PS Now in Europe. This could be in preparation for the launch of a new service similar to Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass, codename Spartacus.
According to initial reports, it will offer a three-tier subscription model, starting with access to PS Plus, the benefit of all the way to offering subscribers a classic library of PS1 games. , PS2, PS3 and PSP, plus an “extended demo”. game streaming and more.
The company hasn’t shared details on when to launch this subscription model. Pair with continuing production plan for PS4However, Sony will likely roll it out on both its current console and its latest generation, giving players the ability to play games from previous generations.
There’s also a chance that this could lead to more meat backward compatibility work on PS5 in the future for older titles, though that prospect seems unlikely based on how Sony handles it backward compatibility when developing console. If this isn’t a bug, it will likely evolve into a new subscription service and give players a way to own the game and play it over the cloud.
https://dotesports.com/hardware/news/some-ps3-games-have-appeared-for-purchase-on-the-ps5-store-in-europe Some PS3 games are now available for purchase on the PS5 store in Europe