From what we’ve seen so far, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart is putting PlayStation 5 at its pace to showcase the next generation of features. However, many upcoming games will also be released on PlayStation 4, provided that some features are lost. But that definitely doesn’t apply to Ratchet & Crank: Lift apartments. This is truly for PlayStation 5 only. And that’s what the development team wants to repeat today.
The confusion is due to other games enjoying dual releases, but not here. So that you can see for yourself in the tweets below.
It makes sense to consider how many PlayStation 5 improvements are built into the core of the game. From ultra-fast load times to ray-tracing technology, the loss of these has noticeably low-value results for cross-generational releases. And that will affect the reviews they receive. Needless to say, for sale. So, to be honest, it’s better to admit that it’s impossible to meet the standards we expect and simply own that decision. With CD Projekt RED and Cyberpunk 2077, we all saw problems when trying to get things to work where they shouldn’t be.
And if such a significant improvement is offered, it’s easy to decide. That’s because none of us are willing to buy a copy that provides an inferior experience. Therefore, the upsell is easily offset by the gain. And it will help you sell a few more consoles when they are actually available. Let’s actually respond to the hype …
For PS5 only
— Insomniac Games (@insomniacgames) November 2, 2020
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