The PlayStation 5 is set to come out this month with gamers looking forward to enjoying the new features and games that the latest Sony gaming console can carry. However, it remains that not all games from the PS4 may be available. Some games that will not be playable on the latest PlayStation console have been named.

At least 10 titles that won’t be compatible with the PlayStation 5 have been named via It should be noted that this is just a preliminary list and that more game titles could join the fray. Among the game titles identified include:

  1. “Afro Samurai 2: Revenge of Kuma Volume One”
  2. “DWVR”
  3. “Hitman Go: Definitive Edition”
  4. “Joe’s Diner”
  5. “Just Deal With It!”
  6. “Robinson: The Journey”
  7. “Shadow Complex Remastered”
  8. “Shadwen”
  9. “TT Isle of Man – Ride on the Edge 2”
  10. “We Sing”

Gamers who continue to play the said titles may need to brace themselves since these may not be playable on the PlayStation 5. However, there remains a chance that they could still make the jump. This could be through the backward compatibility route or through patches to make them compatible.

So far, Sony has yet to release an announcement for such plans. It is also possible that they may act on it only if the demand for such for the said games is high.

Also, there could be more games joining the list. Ubisoft provided a list of games that allegedly will not work with the PlayStation 5. Among the game titles in that list include “Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India,” “Risk,” “Star Trek Bridge Crew” and more.

That post by Ubisoft has since been taken down. Not long after, a statement issued through Engadget claims that there could be inaccuracies on the game titles Ubisoft enumerated as far as it is playable on the PlayStation 5.

Hence, there are a lot of loose ends on what would be playable on the PlayStation 5 and what would not. So far, the progress of some PS4 games can transition to the PS5. The games covered by this are “God of War III Remastered,” “God of War (2018)” and the PS4 version of “Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales.”

Being a new game console in the mix, Sony is likely to have something else in the store to make sure that the PlayStation 5 offers a multitude of games for potential game console owners. That could take time with priority given to game titles that are heavily played by consumers.

 A general view at the Destiny 2 launch event on PlayStation 4.
A general view at the Destiny 2 launch event on PlayStation 4. Getty Images | David M. Benett/Dave Benett

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