According to them, the PS5 runs the PSOne classics at 1920×1440, while the frame rate is identical to the original PSOne versions of the games. In other words, there isn’t really any advantage to playing them on the PS5 in terms of performance. The comparisons were made by running the games on PSOne and then PS4 and PS5.
Elsewhere, the PS2 classics performed at 720p, again falling short of the 4K resolution that a lot of people would have expected.
Sony’s revamped PS Plus is launching in the US and Europe next month, which will be available in three different tiers. First of all there’s PS Plus Essential, which is the same service that you currently have, so you’ll still receive free games every month. Next up is PS Plus Extra, which costs $99.99 and combines PS Plus and PS now into one package.
Finally, there’s PS Plus Premium, which will set you back $119.99 and adds a selection of streaming-based PS3 games, as well as PS2, PS1, and PSP games into the mix.
[Source – Twisted Voxel]