The PlayStation 4 is an excellent video game console, but the PlayStation 5 has everything to beat. One aspect where Sony’s new console does outperform its predecessor is in power, as the PlayStation 5 has a system that puts it at the level of today’s most powerful Gamer PCs.
The power and backward compatibility of the PlayStation 5 allows us to play our favorite PlayStation 4 titles with better performance and better graphics. That’s why today we present you a list of PS4 games that you can play on PS5.
God of War (2018): Kratos re-formed a family with a Nordic goddess with whom he had a son named Atreus. However, misfortune once again presents in the life of the Phantom of Sparta, as, after the death of his new wife, the Nordic gods realize the existence of him and his son and send Baldur, Magni and Mooi to eliminate them.
Red Dead Redemption 2: RDR2 is a prequel. In this story we take control of Arthur Morgan, a man who lives outside the law with his band of social misfits living by their own rules.
Marvel’s Spider-Man and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales: The two Spider-Man titles exclusive to PlayStation consoles surprised everyone by the degree of immersion Insomniac Games offered us.
Horizon Zero Dawn: Guerrilla Games created one of the most interesting open-world titles from the previous generation of consoles, Horizon Zero Dawn. Here we take control of Alloy in a post-apocalyptic world dominated by immense animal-shaped robots.
Cyberpunk 2077: The new game from CD Projekt Red did not exceed the expectations, but you can play the game on next generation consoles, where it offers a decent FPS rate and fewer bugs.
Days Gone: Another title that failed to achieve a decent gaming experience on PS4 was Days Gone, a huge open-world game plagued by thousands of zombies.
The Last of Us Part II: The sequel to Allie and Joel’s story looks perfectly good on PS4, but PS5 hardware makes it look even better.