Survival horror title Joe’s Diner hadn’t actually grabbed many headlines till it turned considered one of ten PlayStation 4 games that gamers wouldn’t have the ability to play on PlayStation 5 via backwards compatibility. According to Twisted Voxel, developer VIS-Games has now remedied this by releasing a patch to make the sport playable on the PS5.

The patch to make the sport backwards appropriate is the primary replace the sport has ever acquired; the shortage of help is probably going one of many causes the sport acquired a important hammering when it was launched on PS4. The patch’s sole function is to make the sport playable on Sony’s latest console, so for those who had been anticipating it to repair anything, you’ll be sorely disenchanted.

The title will not be the one one to be backwards appropriate. Shadow Complex Remastered was patched on November 19 so it might be performed on PS5. Other titles will seemingly be becoming a member of it sooner or later. Developer Mad Triangles acknowledged they had been hoping to patch DWVR by the point the console launched, though they missed this goal. KT Racing may even be updating TT Isle of Man – Ride on the Edge 2 someday sooner or later.

Unfortunately, a few of the different titles on that checklist will likely be extremely unlikely to ever be playable on PS5. Shadwen freezes on the game’s loading screen. Due to the age of the engine working the title, it’s unlikely to ever be mounted. We Sing requires both a USB microphone or the delisted We Sing Mic App to play the sport. The sport is unlikely to be up to date for the few individuals who have a appropriate microphone. Meanwhile, Afro Samurai 2: Revenge of Kuma Volume One was thought-about a lot of a failure that writer Versus Evil cancelled volumes two and three, eliminated quantity one from sale, and refunded all the gamers who’d purchased it.

Right now, the futures of the remaining three video games on the checklist, Just Deal With It!, Robinson: The Journey, and Hitman Go: Definitive Edition, are unclear. Would you miss these video games for those who couldn’t play them on PlayStation 5?

[Source: Twisted Voxel]