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It’s time to stop holding the Xbox Series X and PS5 back with cross-gen games

It’s been a turbulent few years for the Xbox Series X and PS5 since their release. But now, well into 2023, console shortages, once commonplace, aren’t what they once were. It is now possible in regions such as the US, UK and Australia to walk into a store and buy one from the shelves or order one online. So it’s time to let Xbox One and PS4 die.

Cross-generational compatibility is nothing new in the modern era of video game consoles. Generally speaking, we see support for older boxes for a transition period of around two to three years before developers focus on the here and now. With the Xbox Series X and PS5, we’re seeing games held back by the need to run on next-gen technology.

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