DiRT 5 seems to be the newest title to confirm that recreation saves won’t transfer over between generations on the PlayStation as per a tweet from the sport’s official Twitter account.
Spotted by Video Games Chronicle the tweet was made a couple of days in the past in response to a fan, that confirmed that although Playgrounds creations will transfer over between PlayStation four and PlayStation 5, all different recreation progress won’t that means you will have to begin once more from scratch do you have to make the most of the sport’s free next-gen improve on Sony’s consoles. This is not the case for the Xbox Series S/X, the place progress will transfer over from Xbox One.
DiRT 5 joins an ever-increasing record of video games that seemingly won’t allow you to carry progress over on PlayStation consoles, with Ryu Ga Gotaku studio confirming earlier this week that saves for the PS4 model of Yakuza: Like A Dragon may also not transfer throughout to the PS5. However, one recreation the place you will seemingly be able to bring over your progress is in Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales. (But not from the unique PS4 Spider-Man to the PS5 Remastered model)
It’s a little bit of a complicated state of affairs in the intervening time for PlayStation house owners, with Sony but to confirm precisely how you will probably get your PS4 information throughout to the PlayStation 5, however with just a few weeks left to go earlier than the console launches, we are able to in all probability count on to hear extra within the close to future.
DiRT 5 is ready for launch on November 6 for Xbox One, PlayStation four and PC with an Xbox Series S/X model launching on November 10. A PlayStation 5 model will observe with Codemasters promising a launch date announcement for that one “soon.”