There have been reports that Sony is working on the original PS3 to PS5 emulsion as part of the renewed PS Plus service, probably due to various fan requests. When the refurbished PS Plus was announced, many were surprised to see that the service would only play games in the PS3 cloud, which means that internet service is required to play some fairly old games.
The news comes from journalist Jeff Grubb, who claims that Sony could work on some form of PS3-to-PS5 emulation as part of the PS Plus renovation, though he says this will take some time. Many gamers expect this to happen, although some fans do not come close to PS3’s complicated mobile processor, which is why the console has a difficult launch.
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According to reports, Sony is working on PS3 for PS Plus custom emulation on PS5
Despite the launch not going well, Sony’s PS3 ended up becoming fans’ favorite console after games like Uncharted 2, Infamous and Metal Gear Solid 4 entered the scene. Popular titles like the Uncharted trilogy and The Last of Us were transferred to PlayStation 4, though fans have continued with their PS3 for titles like Infamous 2 or Ratchet & Clank: Tools of Destruction, which have no native ports.
If the news of the arrival of the PS3 for PS5-enabled emulation is clear, this could be very good news for PlayStation fans. Until confirmed, fans will have to abide by the games in the PS3 cloud as part of the refurbished PS Plus.
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