Users have come across some strange PS3 games in recent hours while searching the PlayStation Store on the PS5 console.
Recent reports on the updating and official registration of a patent (patent document) by Mark Serni Pointed out; A patent for playing old console games on the new and more powerful console of the day. Now, in the latest game news, we found out that after the patent was filed by the chief architect of PlayStation 5, now some users on the PS5 console have suddenly encountered some PlayStation 3 games in the PS Store.
Jordan Midler of VGC Media reports that he found Dead Or Alive 5 on the PlayStation 3 on the PS5 console. Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands PlayStation 3 and Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones PlayStation 3 have also been found by some users on the Play Store on the PlayStation 5 console.
VGC explains that the Dead Or Alive 5 game found on the PlayStation Store PS5 is priced at exactly ۹ 7.99. The PS3 logo can also be seen on all of these games. When you click on these games, the PlayStation Store on the PS5 console directs the player to the PlayStation Now; While Dead or Alive 5 is not on the PlayStation Now service in Europe at all. Meanwhile, players who have managed to find these PS3 games on the PlayStation Store on the PS5 console still can not buy them.
We may finally find that this is just a bug in the Sony PlayStation Store. However, there is no denying that not only a few PS3 games were found right after the patent was filed, but also Jason Schreier A few days ago, Bloomberg media reiterated that in the spring of 2022, we will see the arrival of Sony’s new three-level PlayStation Plus, codenamed Spartacus; A project that Schreier claims will combine PlayStation Plus with PlayStation Now, adding even more benefits.
According to him, apparently the first level of PlayStation Plus subscription will actually be the current PlayStation Plus. The second level, in addition to the benefits of the first level, provides the gamer with a large list of games and looks like a game. The third level or the highest subscription, in addition to the benefits of the previous two subscriptions, gives the gamer several other capabilities; Ability to experience streaming (stream-based) many games, the opportunity to experience long, dedicated demos of games of the day, and finally access to an archive of PS3, PS2, PS1 and PSP console games.
Will a new three-level PlayStation Plus really be introduced? Can the newest PlayStation Plus subscribers experience the games of previous Sony consoles on the PlayStation 5 with Backward Compatibility? We do not know the answer to these questions and will have to wait for the official news from Sony.