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PlayStation may have just inadvertently confirmed PS3 backwards compatibility on PS5

PlayStation – or more specifically PSN – may have just confirmed that PS3 backward compatibility is coming to PS5. And of course, if PS3 backward compatibility is coming to PS5, PS2, and PS1, then backwards compatibility may also come. Earlier this week, we broke news of an updated PlayStation patent that suggested all this. Now there seems to be more evidence, and it has to do with the PlayStation itself.

On Twitter, Jordan Middler announces that prices for Dead or Alive PS3 games appear on the PS5’s PlayStation Store. Usually they don’t, and they shouldn’t, because they are not available for purchase. However they are. Now, this might be a bug, but if it’s a bug, it comes at an inconvenient time for Sony given all the speculation of PS3, PS2, PS1 and PS5 backwards compatibility that currently exists.

It also comes the same week that PlayStation began alerting UK retailers to remove PlayStation Now cards from shelves, which some reports say is paving the way for a new PlayStation subscription service dubbed Spartacus. What does that have to do with backwards compatibility on PS5? Well, current information about the subscription service claims that it will not only combine PlayStation Now and PlayStation Plus, but will allow subscribers to play PS3, PS2 and PS1 games via backwards compatibility.

We’re in a pretty deep conjecture right now, so take everything here with caution. As always, we will keep you updated as the situation evolves. This includes an update on when and if PlayStation responds to the tweet above and the speculation it creates.

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