Sony isn’t telling us much about the PlayStation 5 right now, so leave it to the intrepid code junkies to extract the information from the platform’s support. The new code discovered on the web version of PlayStation Store teases some of the enticing new features we can expect to find on the next-gen console at launch.
First and foremost, it looks like wishlists will finally be integrated into the console, as there is a line of code that reads, “Your wishlist is not available on this site. You can find it on a PS5 . Plus, it looks like you’ll be able to create groups with up to 100 people and share music playlists with friends. There is also a reference to something called “Takedown”, but we don’t know what that implies yet.
Elsewhere, it looks like backward compatible titles that support the PS5’s boost mode feature will be marked as such, while there will be a warning for the percent of PS4 games that are not playable on the new console. generation. Interestingly, there is also a reference to a page on the official PlayStation website fully detailing backward compatibility, but it is currently offline.