As reported by Eurogamer, "a game will be deemed compatible with PlayStation 5 only if its submission code runs without issues on Sony's next-gen machine, and provides the same features on PS5 as it does on PS4".
According to Sony, this will be our first look at the game's that we will be able to play when the PS5 launches later this year.
"Rest assured, after next week's showcase, we will still have much to share with you", Ryan added.
The PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X both launch during the year-end Holiday 2020 period. While Microsoft is well on its reveal plans, with the company set to unveil its major first-party games in July, Sony has so far focused on the tech specs and a mocking vision of The Console Controller.
Find out more about PlayStation's Future of Gaming digital showcase here.
In a video that managed to pull in millions of views, Epic Games recently gave a first look at its upcoming Unreal Engine 5 running on pre-release PS5 hardware. That follows Phil Spencer's December blog post that said: "Building on our compatibility promise, with Xbox Series X we're also investing in consumer-friendly pathways to game ownership across generations".
The quote comes from an interview GamesIndustry.biz had with the CEO where he delved fully into the PS5's reveal and what we can expect.
Nonetheless, Sony hopes that the PS5 can overcome the hurdle of a recession by "providing the best possible value proposition that we can". This event shows how they had to think differently - they had to since there had not been a physical event happening for a few months now - and how they allow players to enjoy with them what PS5 means.
In a recent demo, Sony showed off how new hardware can load games like Spiderman in one second compared to the eight seconds previously needed by the PlayStation 4. The appointment, as we said, will take place next Thursday at 22:00 hours (Spanish peninsular time).