Games like Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Y Watch Dogs: Legion on PS4 they have the option to be updated to their version of PlayStation 5. However, some users are reporting that the option to transition to the new system is not being shown in their stores. These reports have appeared through Twitter and the Ubisoft forums.
The developer has stated that it is aware of the situation and has begun to investigate what may be the reason for this error. The problem could be localized with the series of consoles that came out in the second wave of PlayStation 5 releases, whose regions included Europe and South America.
Although the backward compatible version of PS4 can be played, the PS5 version is needed to take advantage of the benefits of the console such as fast load times, visual improvements and the haptic feedback function of the controller. DualSense.
Ubisoft has given instructions on how the next-gen version of these games can be claimed:
- Insert the PS4 game disc into the console
- Go to the game control center. Select “View Product”.
- Select upgrade offer
- Select “Download”
- After the download is complete, the PS5 version of the game will be playable using the PS4 disc. It is necessary to have the disc inside the optical drive at all times to play.
Another workaround that users have found is to create a secondary account with Turkey as the primary country. The game can supposedly be downloaded in English from this region.