Sony revealed that PSN games and PS3 data won’t be compatible on PlayStation 4.
Speaking with Engadget, Sony Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida, said that “PS3 games wouldn’t be compatible with the latest console, but has added that it will try to make titles playable in some form. Because the architecture of the Power-PC-based PS3 and x86-based PlayStation 4 are so different.”
He added that, “Sony will only bring across games that don’t guzzle the latest console’s power in emulation and also aim to offer server-side and cloud services to offer a wider library of older games, but that was part of the company’s long-term strategy.”
More news related to PS4 here. PlayStation 4 is set for a holiday 2013 release.
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