A day ago, Ubisoft published an article announcing many of them. Assassin’s Creed The game is not backward compatible on PlayStation 5 for unpublished reasons. I’ve been pulling articles because of “inaccuracies”.
“Most of the game’s back catalogs are backwards compatible between next-generation and current-generation consoles, with a few exceptions,” Ubisoft wrote in a deleted article. The publisher said the following games couldn’t be played on the PS5 (but didn’t say why).
- Assassin’s Creed Syndicate
- Assassin’s Creed Chronicle Trilogy Pack
- Assassin’s Creed Chronicle: India
- Assassin’s Creed Chronicle: China
- Assassin’s Creed Chronicle: Russia
- Star Trek: Bridge Crew
- Werewolves in
- Space junkie
Only a few hours later, a Ubisoft representative made the following statement to Gematsu:
For the time being, we have removed Ubisoft Connect articles and forum posts regarding backward compatibility, as there may be inaccuracies associated with Ubisoft titles that can be played on PS5.
Over the past few months, Ubisoft has often found that it edits and pulls articles due to inaccurate information. The publisher’s social media team only contributes to misleading messages about next-generation games.
In July, Ubisoft insisted: Far Cry 6 It was necessary to offer 4K “only” on the Xbox One X and Xbox Series X, and later clarify that 4K will also be supported on the PS4 Pro and PS5.Recently the publisher wrote it Assassin’s Creed Valhara The PS5 supports 4K / 60 fps, but the PS5 version is reported to support “upscaled” 4K. This is not mentioned in the official press release.