With the PlayStation Classic’s reveal earlier this week came the confirmation of five of the 20 games to be included in the nostalgic console, as well as what players would be getting for the $99.99 price point.
Still, some questions lingered about functionality for the system, and how it might differ from what we’ve seen in Nintendo’s NES and SNES Classic mini consoles. Speaking to IGN via email, a PlayStation spokesperson confirmed that, similarly to those consoles, the initial launch lineup will be the full catalogue for the PlayStation Classic.
“There are no plans to bring new content to PlayStation Classic post-launch,” a PlayStation spokesperson said.
Source:: IGN – PS4