I mean, right now there are on PSNow:You're making stuff up with nothing substantive to justify doing so. PS Now has had fairly recent games for a long time, and PS5 has been out for a year almost. Bringing PS5 games to it is a natural evolution consistent with long standing business practices. Business as usual is not evidence of intended changes.
- 2 games released in 2021;
- 13 games released in 2020;
- 18 games released in 2019.
That’s 4% of total games being less than 3 years old.
But I think the idea isn’t necessarily to push PS5 exclusives to the service but to at least offer the PS5 version. Borderlands 3 and Avengers being the PS4 version is a bit embarrassing.