Starting tomorrow, you’ll be able to download and play PS2 games like Dark Cloud, Rogue Galaxy, and Grand Theft Auto III on PlayStation 4. If you’re willing to pay.
Continuing the grand tradition they started with PlayStation Now, Sony’s decided to charge a whole lot of money for these PS2 classics, which they say are “uprendered” in 1080p resolution and will support live broadcasts and remote play among other PS4 features. All the PS2 games in this program will get trophy support, too.
Via Sony, here’s the list of games that’ll be out tomorrow:
- Dark Cloud — $14.99
- Grand Theft Auto III — $14.99
- Grand Theft Auto: Vice City — $14.99
- Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas — $14.99
- Rogue Galaxy — $14.99
- The Mark of Kri — $14.99
- Twisted Metal: Black — $9.99
- War of the Monsters — $9.99
We’re expecting more PlayStation news—maybe even more backwards compatibility news!—during the PlayStation Experience keynote, which starts tomorrow at 1pm. We’ll be there, of course, so stay tuned to Kotaku for all the news as it happens.
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