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Sony releases PS5 region and supports PS Now

GAMEFINITY.ID, Jakarta – The launch of the PlayStation 5 is only a few days away. Sony released a list of frequently asked questions about the PS5 and outlined many details about the next generation console. One of them is the discharge information, where the PS5 will be region-free, which means that players can easily play games from other countries.

Regional issues can sometimes be a big problem, such as when a game released in Japan isn’t officially released in the US. Since the region is free, the game will continue to work on PS5.

As quoted by The Verge’s GAMEFINITY.ID, the PS5 will also support Sony’s cloud gaming service PlayStation Now. This is good news for gamers remembering that PS Now allows users to play more games than the previous generation PlayStation.

Players can download and stream certain PS4 games, even stream some PS3 and PS2 games. Sony itself has confirmed that more than 4,000 PS4 games can be played on the PS5. In some early trials, many PS4 games improved when played on these next generation consoles.

Sony is also offering PlayStation Plus subscribers access to some of the most popular songs on the PS4 through the PlayStation Plus collection on PS5. Sony’s PlayStation 5 will officially launch on November 12th in the United States, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea.

While in several other countries the PS5 will not be released until later or on November 19th. It is also not certain whether Indonesia falls into the “other country” category.

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