Upgrading God of War, Gran Turismo 7, and other games from PS4 to PS5 costs $10. This is the latest version of First Person which includes an option to do just that.
In a September 4 post on PlayStation.Blog, PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan confirmed that each new multi-generational release will provide gamers with an upgraded next-generation path for $10. This includes the next God of War game, Gran Turismo 7, and any other game released by Sony that is set to appear on both platforms, but is exempt from the West.
Now That Cost
The publisher has redirected pre-requisite software to sequel the Robo Dinosaurs announced two days ago. This was done because there was no way for players, paid or otherwise, to upgrade to the current generation of pure PS4 versions of the game. Instead, the complicated pricing structure requires anyone interested in owning Horizon Forbidden West on both devices to use several of the luxury and expensive versions, a move that has received a solid fan response.
“It's pretty clear that Ryan announced in his September 4 post that the effects of the global pandemic have delayed The Forbidden West beyond the expected initial release. Once purchased, they can upgrade to the PlayStation 5 version for free. Release windows will be like Forbidden West and Gran Turismo are unique to PS5, as shown in Sony's original demo on PS5, which announced that all shown game videos were captured on new hardware.The standard way for players to upgrade from PS4 to PS5 Death Stranding: Allows director cut, Scheduled for release later this month, owners of each version of the original game are priced at $10 through the PS5 version, including the entire Content Clipping Manager upgrade.
Meanwhile, Ghost of Tsushima has been released: The Director's Cut had such a complex set of options that owners of the original game had to purchase the cut content for the director, either $20 for the PS4 or $30 for the PS5. (Players interested in developing the new PS4 can upgrade to PS5 later for $10 if they wish)
Sony is looking for a free next-gen upgrade to Horizon, but this is the last time