The developers at Guerilla Games, behind Killzone: Shadow Fall and Horizon Zero Dawn, did not specify if these other games will have graphical enhancements when launching for PS4 backward compatibility on PS5.
The team did not specify at what frame rate it will work on the new Horizon Zero Dawn console.
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🏹 Horizon Zero Dawn is backward compatible and save files can be transferred from PS4 to PS5.
🔴 Killzone Shadow Fall is backward compatible, save files can be transferred, and it can run up to 60 FPS on PS5. pic.twitter.com/b3wGCyU9Dd
— Guerrilla (@Guerrilla) November 12, 2020
Killzone: Shadow Fall is a first-person shooter that entered the PS4 launch lineup in 2013. Horizon Zero Dawn, by contrast, came out closer to the end of the console – in 2017, and in 2020 it appeared on PC.
The PS5 went on sale in six countries on November 12 and will be available worldwide on November 19. According to Sony, the console is backward compatible with all PS4 games with the exception of ten titles.