PT will not be backward compatible on the PS5, Konami confirmed to GamesRadar.
In an email sent to us earlier today, Konami stated that "the content will not be available on the PS Store, so users will not be able to re-download the content via the backward compatibility feature to PS5 . "
Last week we explained how PT would probably have been saved via the backward compatibility feature of the PS5. Unfortunately, Konami has now revealed that PT does not Unfortunately would only exist on PS4, for the reasons stated above.
This is a real shame. I generally consider PT to be one of the most influential horror games in the world. decade, maybe never even realized, all things considered. I doubt we'll ever really see something like PT for very long, especially the way it was stealthily launched by Konami without fanfare and revealed another game to its very end (of course Silent Hill, a game that would unfortunately never see the light of day).
Still, you can see the influence of PT on thegeneral sphere of the game to date. Earlier this year, the demo was redone in Half-Life: Alyx , and dataminers are still uncovering secrets buried in the game, for example the ghostly Lisa had some pretty terrifying antics screen.
For a full rundown on how to play patible games will actually work when the next-gen Sony console launches next month, check out our PS5 Backward Compatibility for more information.