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  1. There is no upgrade path for Spider-Man PS4. Basically, the game will run in BC mode (as part of the 99% games), but what enhancements will be applied is yet to be seen*. The only way to get Spider-Man Remastered is to buy the Miles Morales Ultimate Edition. There will be no standalone Spider-Man Remastered available at all. *In terms of the enhancements for BC games, we are still waiting for Sony. The only piece of information available is on the PS5 website, it says "Game Boost - Enjoy faster and smoother frame rates in select PS4 and PS VR games." Now, there are two possibilities: - Either Sony will be 'arrogant Sony' and choose to conveniently leave out Spider-Man as part of the "Select Games". The reason I foresee this happening is simply for the fact that they would want people to buy the Miles Morales Ultimate Edition to get Spider-Man Remastered along with it. OR - Sony will be 'somewhat good-guy Sony' and provide some enhancements for Spider-Man PS4 in BC mode. Of course, it won't have all the improvements of the Remastered version, but it could be something. Obviously, I'm hoping it's the latter, but let's see.
  2. Just a hypothetical situation (for now): This might be one of the steps that lets Sony let MS release GamePass on the PS brand. Just imagine this, Xbox and their studios being okay to release GamePass on PlayStation. Gamers obviously would want it to happen as well as they will get to play games by these studios. In the end Sony might just give in and allow it. Like I said, hypothetical situation, but my case in point is the whole situation during cross-platform play for Fortnite and whatnot not too long ago. Sony obviously denied it initially -> MS and Nintendo agreed -> gamers uproar (sorta) -> Sony finally agrees. What do you guys think? Can something like this happen? Of course, all this goes out of the window if MS just lets Bethesda release their games on PS just as normal.
  3. This. Like CC said above, a clear example I can think of is that if Horizon 2 was next-gen only, maybe players would be able to fly around the map on a Glinthawk or whatever, but since it's cross-gen, it's possible that the feature might be completely scrapped so that there's parity between the PS4 and PS5 versions. Again, just an example, but you get the point. Jim Ryan should've just shut up and not commented on generations and whatnot back when Spencer had spoke about it.
  4. It will continue, and the PlayStation Plus Collection will be part of the same subscription. Nothing extra to be bought to get that.
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    FIFA 21

    It will be the latter. EA has this thing call Dual Entitlement. Found this on one website, which explains it really well: Users who have bought FIFA 21 for PlayStation 4 or Xbox One will be able to upgrade their copy should they purchase the next-generation console (PS4 to PS5, or Xbox One to Xbox Series X) in the future. Physical copies of FIFA 21 also allows users to download and play the PS5 and Xbox Series X versions with a disc drive. However, for users who plan on purchasing a disc-less console after owning a console with a disc drive, their physical copies of FIFA 21 cannot be used to upgrade to discless consoles via Dual Entitlement. Players can also only use Dual Entitlement for FIFA 21 for the same console. For example, Dual Entitlement upgrade can only be used when upgrading from PlayStation 4 to PlayStation 5, and from Xbox One to Xbox Series X. BTW, the timeframe is only until the release of FIFA 22. So, if you buy the PS4 version of FIFA 21 when it launches, and then buy the PS5 2 years later, then you will not be eligible for Dual Entitlement as the next game is already out. Hope this helps.
  6. That's what it seems like. Again, all this can be dispelled if Sony just comes out and explains things clearly, but we know that ain't happening 'because there's 2 months for the launch.'
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