It was 2005, my brother and I opened our birthday presents with joy; a Dreamcast with several games was inside the box and our favourite was Sonic Adventure. In 2007 we got a PS2 console and our childhood happiness was pure and the burning desire to be at the epicentre of gaming news was logical. Unfortunately, we missed the release of PS3. :с I can’t say that we too disappointed about it, because we were still able to keep up with the evolution of the tech world. Last September I presented the new PS4 Pro to my brother and he was over the moon. That same day, two grown-up men ended up sitting and playing video games!
We were totally engaged with the gaming process. The evolution of gaming consoles was obvious. The speed, the quality of the visuals, the power of the operating system, and the variety of different and complicated games blew our minds.
Today, a New Generation of gaming consoles is rapidly chasing us. I read a lot of rumors about the PS5 and Xbox Project Scarlett every day, and try to stay up to date with all the news and releases. To tell you the truth, I am bewildered by all these rumors, but I’ve managed to assess all of them and want to share the result with you. Ready?
PlayStation 5 Release Date
Being told too much can lead to more questions being asked, leading to confusion and nowhere to go for answers. We aim to cut through all the unnecessary junk and get to the bottom of the news. The fact that PS5 is compatible with PS4 Pro is not a rumor, Michael Patcher, GamingBolt analyst, commented that the fact about their compatibility won’t influence the release date at all.
Further, in October 2019 Sony Interactive Entertainment’s CEO Jim Ryan said: “PlayStation 5 will be released at the end of 2020.”
(Tick) let’s move on. c:
PlayStation 5 Features
Citius Altius Fortius, or Faster, Higher, Stronger – the motto of the NewGen gaming consoles. And it is true; the core idea is to omit or get rid of obstacles and make the system work faster, to produce the image immediately, and make the gaming process more immersive.
PS5 will demonstrate the power of gaming technology. The new console is supposed to get an APU (accelerated processor) consisting of an 8-core Zen processor and a Navi-based GPU (graphics processor) with the support of a ray tracing function as it is in the latest generations of video cards.
We hope to hear about sound quality on the new PS as more information comes out. To my mind, it could be a restructured set up using 4D technology, meaning the sound will be adaptive to the objects in the gaming space. Who knows 🙂
8K resolution refers to an image or display resolution with a width of approximately 8000 pixels and Mark Zerny has said that this technology is appropriate in PS5.
In addition, it has been noted that a CD drive will have a place in the new console but it doesn’t overlap the fact that Sony is trying to place much more emphasis on e-format games.
Predictions are only for fun. Firstly, to see what we want, and then what we really need to do. Maybe we should stay in touch and wait for the official release or teaser. It is obvious that these rumours and theories are warming us up for more. Good things come to those who wait, and we are not an exception 😉