There is a ton of hype going on right now for the video game industry. This is the month that both Sony and Microsoft are bringing out their next-generation video game consoles. As a result, we’re seeing both companies put some gamers worries at ease with some notable information posts. Sony for instance has put out a big FAQ page on any questions that might come up in the coming days prior to the video game console launch.
The PlayStation 5 is just days away and gamers that plan to purchase a unit have already been told that they will need to seek an online pre-order or purchase. Sony is trying their best to keep crowds from gathering so at launch, there’s not going to be any PlayStation 5 units available in the marketplace unless they are units to be released for consumers that request an in-person pickup for their purchase. Still, fans that may have some questions on the console outside of the actual launch should look into Sony’s official Ultimate FAQ page which highlights a variety of topics.
One of those topics happens to be about the PlayStation Plus. This subscription service grants players access to multiplayer gaming along with a slew of discount offers and free video game titles. Being a service that’s been around for several years now, players could have acquired a rather massive list of video game titles readily available for install. If you’re afraid of where these games may end up after the PlayStation 5 launches then Sony has an answer for you.
Those PlayStation 4 video games will be available for PlayStation 5 transfer. You can use your saves from the cloud storage and simply install the games just as long as you have a PlayStation Plus subscription. However, there are some other notable features being added for the subscription service on the PlayStation 5 as well. With PlayStation Plus subscribers can gain access to Game Help, a feature that will offer hints and tips for the various video game titles you’re actively playing.