Sony has confirmed that its next-generation console will be called PlayStation 5, and will be rolling out next year, starting in time for “Holiday 2020”. Initial announcements revealed that the console will feature a powerful AMD ‘Navi’ GPU that supports the detection of rays, as well as high-speed solid-state drives rather than mechanical hard drives.
In April, Sony demonstrated the SSD in action on the new console in front of the PlayStation 4 Pro. One video shows the new console booted faster than the PS4 and didn’t lag during open world game playing. Sony is additionally hoping to rehash the PS5 controller. The most important one is replacing the current Rumble technology used by Sony since the original PlayStation for the new feedback technology it promised will provide a wider range of options. The left and right actuators will also use an adaptive technology, making some actions feel more realistic, such as pulling the bow chain or bouncing from the gun. There will also be new speakers in the controllers as well as a USB-C port.
The PS5 will receive graphic upgrades too, including the use of trace effects, a new way of dealing with the effects of light on the game. There’s still a lot to know about, storage Sony will offer,VR options, or what the price or value of the original hardware will be. We hope new detail will arrive in coming few months