Sony is big PlayStation now this week’s update is one of the best in a long time, with Marvel’s Avengers and Borderlands 3 being part of the lineup, showing the company’s commitment to the subscription service. However, this is also a demonstration of how messy the manufacturer’s membership model is, even though both titles are presented. free upgrades from PS4 to PS5, you will only be able to play the latest version.
There was some confusion about this earlier in the week, so we decided to test it. Using our PS Now PS5 subscription, we were able to broadcast the PS4 versions of each of the aforementioned titles. You can also download the games to your hard drive, but you can only download the latest generation versions; if you want to “upgrade”
PS Now, as it is now, it is a PS4 service – it does not include PS5 games. However, we believe that this once again underscores the messy transition that the Sony console is going through. As Marvel’s Avengers and Borderlands 3 offer local versions of the PS5 with free upgrades, many PS Now subscribers have rightly assumed that they will also have access to next-generation ports. This is not so.
It’s still a good update for the subscription service, but it may remind you that the platform owner needs to go back to the drawing board here for a bit. Despite efforts to improve the quality of PS Now – which, to be honest, were somewhat successful – it still does not feel that the company takes the service seriously. We hope that by the end of the year, the organization has reworked everything so that misunderstandings like this cease to exist.