We learned this week that you'll be able play old Xbox 360 games on the Xbox One, a move that drew huge cheers from gamers at E3 2015.
Fans weren't the only ones surprised by Microsoft's concession to offering backward compatibility. Shuhei Yoshida, the president of Sony's Worldwide Studios — the guy in charge of securing games for the PlayStation console — was shocked by the announcement, too.
Backward compatibility has been highly desired feature for both Sony's PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox One. Yoshida told Eurogamer that he "didn't think [backward compatibility] was possible" and that Microsoft must have put "lots of engineering effort" into making it work. So the question was on the tip on many tongues at E3: What would Sony's response be? The PS4 is more powerful than the Xbox One, so would Sony counter Microsoft's backward compatibility with the ability to play old PS3 games?
Yoshida says it's unlikely. "It's going to be super challenging to do so… but we have no plans."
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