One of the most interesting features of the next-gen PS5 and Xbox Series X is the backwards compatibility. A variety of previous-generation titles will be playable on the brand-new consoles, where a great deal of them will have an enhanced visual experience. This will be possible thanks to the brand-new consoles’ innovative hardware. Now, Rockstar has explained how backwards compatibility will work for a few of its biggest titles to date.
In an announcement on the website, Rockstar revealed that GTA 5 and Red Dead Redemption 2 will be playable on the PS5 and the Xbox Series X. despite the fact that PlayStation 5 users will get an boosted variation of GTA 5 in 2021, they will have the ability to play the existing variation of the video game too. The main announcement likewise described the process of playing the backwards suitable games on the next-gen consoles.
“If you own a disc-based copy of any backwards compatible video game, you’ll be able to insert that disc directly into your brand-new PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X (leaves out PlayStation 5 Digital Edition and Xbox Series S consoles). Digital video game owners will have instantaneous access to download any compatible Rockstar Games titles they already have tied to their PlayStation Network or Xbox Live accounts. On PlayStation 5 these will be readily available from the Your Collection section of your Game Library and on Xbox Series X
Of GTA 5 in 2021, they will be able to play the present variation of the game.”If you own a disc-based copy of any backward suitable video game, you’ll be able to place that disc directly into your new PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X (omits PlayStation 5 Digital Edition and Xbox Series S consoles). Digital video game owners will have instant access to download any suitable Rockstar Games titles they already have tied to their PlayStation Network or Xbox Live accounts. Rockstar games are all set for the next generation consoles. You can usually discover me casually teaming up with my squad to play the most random games ever.