Further proof that Sony has quietly revised its transfer system backup of the PlayStation 4 to SP5 : the destructive racer Wreckfest now allows you to import your progress version of last generation to the new generation of publishing. Previously this game had no way to move your file, but now it uses the same setup that was recently introduced with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.

While the official game blog provides instructions on how to transfer your progress using a USB drive, we’ve tested it and all you need to do is make sure your original PS4 save is stored on your PS5 console. This means you can also use the PS Plus cloud if you prefer, or just convert the file you used while playing the title in backward compatibility mode.

In other good news, developer Bugbear has implemented a cross-play feature between PS5 and PS4 in 16 player lobbies, greatly increasing the rider’s online community. Overall, these are some real positive changes, and while we’re upset that it took Sony so long to find a more transparent backup transfer protocol for developers to use – well, that’s fine. that it finally seems to have arrived.

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