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Reacting to the PlayStation 5’s liquid metal and backward compatibility | GamesBeat Decides 167

Sony is getting more talkative about the PlayStation 5. And who knows why it waited so long, because the news is exactly what many were expecting. Your PlayStation 4 games are mostly going to work on PlayStation 5. Oh, and the thing has the biggest heatsink — it’s incredible. It could kill a man. Editors Jeff Grubb and Mike Minotti talk about all of that, liquid metal, and more on this week’s episode of the GamesBeat Decides podcast.


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