Two older Prince of Persia games have been listed for the PS5, and speculations concerning backward compatibility with the PS3, PS2, and PS1 are still circulating

Backward compatibility of the PS5 with the PS3 and even the PS2 and PS1 has been speculated for a few days, and two classic Prince of Persia games have lately been mentioned, adding fuel to the fire.

Two older Prince of Persia games have been listed for the PS5, and speculations concerning backward compatibility with the PS3, PS2, and PS1 are still circulating

You may have heard in the previous week that the PS5's backwards compatibility options could be expanded when Mark Cerny filed a new patent based on fan speculations.


Some believe that PS5 backwards compatibility with PS3 is on the horizon, and a fresh discovery has given fans hope that Sony will make an announcement soon. The rumors are revived by the Prince of Persia.


The release of Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones and The Forgotten Sands on PlayStation Network in the PS5 shop has aroused further speculation about the subject.


Many people have speculated that it could be a PS Now-related bug that has been reported. However, these two titles are not included in the subscription service's library, prompting some users to speculate that they are a future backwards compatible addition.


The Reddit leak that added photographs to this list has not been dismissed as a hoax, but nothing can be taken seriously until more information is released, if it is released at all.


Do you want to see more PS5 backwards compatibility? At the time of the console's launch, it was one of the most talked-about topics.


With all of this knowledge, many people ask themselves the inevitable question. Is it part of a wider scheme? According to Bloomberg, Sony is intending to combine PS Plus and PS Now into a single subscription service to compete with Game Pass.


The year 2022 is jam-packed with releases, and based on how things are going so far, it appears that it will be one of the most significant in recent memory. Will there be any heavyweight announcements in the near future? It will soon be time for everyone to wait together.

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