While not every publisher has been supportive of Sony’s drive to bring emulated PS1 and PSP games to PS Plus Premium, Disney has been a surprise ally. And it looks like another of its old tie-ins could be coming to PS5 and PS4 in the near future, as Gematsu spotted the Taiwanese ratings board has added a listing for Pixar’s Up.
It’s highly likely this will be an emulated version of the PSP game, which was developed by Asobo Studio – the team behind A Plague Tale: Innocence – and released alongside the movie in 2009. Disney has already released an emulated version of Toy Story 3 on Sony’s modern consoles, which is available as part of PS Plus Premium.
Perhaps the only downside to Disney’s re-releases is that they don’t currently include Trophies like Sony’s own first-party ports. Still, we’d personally prefer to have a wide selection of games available – even if they don’t all include Trophies. If you’d like to learn more about the gameplay of Up, you can check out an old PSP playthrough here.