Yuffie is coming to Final Fantasy 7 Remake, yet only on PS5.

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You can play most PlayStation 4 games on the PlayStation 5 thanks in order to the new Sony console’s backward compatibility feature. But some publishers are allowing you to upgrade PS4 games towards the PS5 versions for free of charge. This lets you enjoy many of them along with 4K dynamic resolution on 60 frames per 2nd and delivers shorter launching times, making for the better gaming experience.

One major game getting a good update is last year’s Final Fantasy 7 Remake. It’s coming June 10 together with a good expansion — Episode INTERmission — featuring awesome ninja Yuffie Kisaragi. The next-gen revise is free for present owners, but not when they got the game through PlayStation Plus in March. The Yuffie content will furthermore cost extra (the cost hasn’t been revealed) plus is available only upon PS5.

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The PS5 is available right now but continues to be going within and out of stock at retailers. The digital-only model costs $400, as well as the one with a disk drive is $500.

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Your game updates won’t happen automatically or even through a typical sport update, so it’s simple to accidentally keep playing the particular PS4 version of the game on your fresh PS5. You have in order to go to the sport page on the PlayStation Network and choose in order to upgrade to the PS5 version. That’ll download the additional data needed for the particular next-gen features.

You may also upgrade to PS5 versions for those who have an actual physical PS4 game, as very long as you bought the particular PS5 with a disk drive. You’ll always require to use the particular PS4 disc to play the PS5 version; upgrading does not enable you to get a free electronic copy from the game. You’ll still download the PS5 update through the PSN, yet you won’t require a PS5-specific disc — your PS4 one will become a good authenticator.

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If you chosen the digital-only PS5 and also have a disk, you’re from luck. There are a few even more limitations and caveats:

  • Some PS5 versions of present PS4 games aren’t away yet.
  • Next-gen versions will certainly be bigger files, therefore they’ll take up even more precious memory on the particular console’s SSD.
  • You’ll finish up with a refreshing listing of trophies (each version’s list is separate).
  • A few games’ saves is not going to transfer. 
  • Some sport upgrades are available just in cross-gen bundles or even special editions.

Spider-Man: Miles Morales is one of the particular games you can update.

PS5 Performance Mode; screenshot by Sean Keane/CNET

Free updates you can get best now

Some updates will require you in order to buy a specific (more expensive) version from the sport:

  • Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is upgradable only when a person buy the $70 cross-gen bundle or the $90 Ultimate Edition. The PS5 edition costs $70; the PS4 version is $60. 
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered is available just with the $70 Miles Morales Ultimate Edition. It’s not technically a good upgrade, but you can transfer your save through the PS4 version.

Cyberpunk 2077’s next-gen upgrade will undoubtedly end up being breathtaking.

CD Projekt Red

Upcoming free upgrades