Datamined data from a new PlayStation website has uncovered more about Sony’s launch plans for the PS5, including PS5 in reverse similarity, pre-order subtleties, and more.
Laid out on Reddit , the backend code for PlayStation Direct affirms that clients may have the option to “purchase one version of the PS5™ Console: Disc or Digital” in their order, recommending Sony will using this rule as an approach to oversee supply and demand for what will undoubtedly be restricted launch stock.
What’s more, the website contains new pictures for a “PS5 Compatible” badge, likely to be used on cross-gen titles or previously released PS4 games that can run on the next-gen console at launch. Sony has just guaranteed that “almost all” of its top 100 PS4 games will be in reverse compatible from Day One of the PS5’s release.
The badge is like Microsoft’s “Optimised for Xbox Series X” logo, which is as of now beginning to show up on various box arts for upcoming Xbox Series X games. It’s unclear when Sony will officially turn this out in a similar fashion, however this most recent hole proposes it’ll be soon enough.
At last, it would appear that clients will have the option to pre-order the PS5 straightforwardly from PlayStation itself. This is a gigantic move for the organization, which has consistently outsourced its sales to third-party retailers previously, recommending it’s keeping up a much more tight rule on stock than we expected.