Assassin’s Creed: Sony promised that 99% of the PS4 games will be backward compatible on PS5. Recently, the list of the games was released that won’t be backward compatible. Ubisoft revealed that the PS5 will not be supporting some of its games too.
Ubisoft revealed some of the Assassin’s Creed titles and the other games that will not be working on the PS5. PS5 will not be able to run Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, Assassin’s Creed Chronicles Trilogy Pack, Assassin’ Creed Chronicles India, Assassin’s Creed Chronicles China, Assassin’s Creed Chronicles Russia, Risk, Star Trek Bridge Crew, Werewolves Within and Space Junkies.
This week, Microsoft confirmed that all the non-Kinetic title that works on Xbox One will be running on Xbox Series X and S as well.
However, Ubisoft further said that Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Immortals Fenyx Rising, Riders Republic and Hyper Scape will be having complete cross-progression support. If you play one of the above games in one console then you can continue your game on the other console. This feature will be handy for Ubisoft+ subscribers.
Watch Dogs: Legion and Rainbow Six: Siege will also support cross-generation between the generations but within the family of the consoles. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Immortals Fenyx Rising and Riders Republic will be eligible for free-next-gen upgrades along with the above two titles. Rainbow Six: Siege and For Honor will support cross-play between the console generations.
Therefore following game will not be backwards compatible on the PS5:
- Assassin’s Creed Syndicate
- Assassin’s Creed Chronicles Trilogy Pack
- Assassin’s Creed Chronicles India
- Assassin’s Creed Chronicles China
- Assassin’s Creed Chronicles Russia
- Star Trek Bridge Crew
- Werewolves Within
- Space Junkies.
However, Ubisoft removed the list from its blog. They said, “We have pulled the Ubisoft Connect article and forum post re backwards compatibility for the time being as there may be inaccuracies involving the Ubisoft titles that will be playable on PS5.”
Well, any further information related to the topic has not been released.