The much-anticipated PlayStation 5 may not have a release date yet, but may only provide compatibility with any game ever developed for the Sony PlayStation.
Bird’s-eye viewers have discovered a new patent filed by the “lead architect” of PS4 chips in Japan, which allows part of the processor of the new system to act as a processor for all previously released PS games, meaning they could just run out of the bat Clever, how?
Essentially, the new processor would “pretend” to be used on legacy systems, Dreamteamfc.com reports.
According to GearNuke, a summary of the patent states: “Each asset, such as legacy software-requested texture, such as legacy computer game software, has a unique identifier associated with it, which can be hashed on the asset and then on the asset stored with its identifier in a data structure.
“An artist remastered the textures for display on a higher resolution display than provided in the original software and stored them with their identifiers in the data structure.
The original software is then played on the higher resolution display, intercepting asset calls (such as texture), identifying, and entering the data structure to retrieve the remastered asset with a matching identifier. The remastered asset is then inserted into the game presentation during operation. “
Do you understand something about it? No, we do not either – but it does mean that old games may be rendering to newer console models.
Of course there are no guarantees that this patent will apply to the PS5, but that did not stop the fans from hoping, and with the new console, which is likely to be the next project the company takes up, it seems very real To be perspective.
If these messages cause you to get your dirty fingers on a PS5, then there is some bad news, as Sony has previously said that it is unlikely to appear before 2021.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal last year, John Kodera of Sony said the console will not be offered for sale in the next three years. The team will use the time to prepare for the next step and crouch down so we can jump higher in the future ‘. Sounds exciting.
But you have to hold on to this old game …