Last week, Sony announced a list of PS4 games that won’t run on the new PlayStation 5 at all. Initially there were only a dozen of them, but now the list is even smaller.
The fact is that representatives of the developer studio KT Racing and publisher Nacon told reporters that TT Isle of Man – Ride on the Edge 2 motorcycle racing will receive a special update that will add support for running on the PlayStation 5.
A Nacon spokesman even clarified that the developers are going to make the game completely, 100% functional on the new console. True, it is not yet clear whether the patch will be released by November 12, when open sales of the console will begin.
Sony noted that while the vast majority of PS4 games are generally compatible with the PlayStation 5, some features may not be available on the PlayStation 5, and various bugs and crashes are possible.