Sam Heatley / Mon 28th Mar 2016
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In a surprising turn of events, Sony has announced that the PlayStation 4 will now be backwards compatible - meaning PlayStation 2 games can now be played on the PlayStation 4.
Microsoft's success in implementing backwards compatibility on the Xbox One, has shown that there is still a market for older games. Sony stated that they were responding to high demands and would be releasing the console in time for the Summer holidays.
While no price tag has been given, expect to pay extra to be able to play classic PlayStation 1 and 2 games. PlayStation Plus members will have access to these games at a discounted price as part of their usual subscription. Sony will provide more information in the upcoming weeks.
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