So, at this point, you’ve probably heard all the whispers about Sony working on its own Game Pass program, equivalent to Microsoft’s best-selling service for Xbox and PC. But we have yet to see any hard evidence of it just yet. However, a new technical error suggests something could be coming fairly soon.
VGC’s Jordan Middler recently spotted an interesting glitch on the PlayStation Store, indicating several PlayStation 3 games for purchase. The titles included games in the Dead or Alive and Prince of Persia franchises, titles that are already available through Sony’s PlayStation Now service.
There was no purchase option for these games, but the listings indicate that Sony could have something coming soon. Again, the company hasn’t said a word about what’s coming, but there are a lot of signs that something might be on the way.
This includes Sony halting PlayStation Now membership card sales as of earlier this month at retailers, along with Mark Cerny filing a new patent for backward compatibility, and bits and pieces hinting at a possible new State of Play taking place next month, where the service could be revealed.
We’ll see what comes in the weeks ahead. But, while we’re asking for backward compatible games, could we get the SSX games from the PlayStation 2 era? Please?
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