Sony is planning to launch its PlayStation next generation or PlayStation 5 later this year or maybe next. As Sony previously mentioned to have a PlayStation that could do more in comparison to speed. And now, we have a platform that is capable of doing the same.
The Wall Street Journal’s reporter tweeted a video showing the comparison between PlayStation 4 Pro and next-generation hardware. The video was recorded at a meeting during a corporate strategy presentation held in Japan.
Sony's official video comparing performance of PS4 Pro vs next-gen PlayStation pic.twitter.com/2eUROxKFLq
— Takashi Mochizuki (@mochi_wsj) May 21, 2019
PlayStation 5 faster than previous versions
However, the PlayStation next generation is ten times faster than the previous PlayStation 4 Pro as per the loading time. Along with seamless performance, the consoles are powered with CPU and GPU. The CPU will use AMD’s third-gen Ryzen along with AMD’s Radeon Navi for GPU. In addition, the consoles will use SSD instead of a hard drive for smooth gaming.
Sony also mentioned about 8K graphics out of which most of the TVs are making a way to the market.
However, there are no games to get 8K graphics but with this previous game will get a chance to play immersive. Sony’s intention to make streaming an option for the PlayStation 5 owners.
Sony didn’t reveal the global market
Moreover, the PlayStation 5 will still have an option for the physical disc. Rather, not to completely immerse into online. With its recent partnership with Microsoft, PlayStation is making way for cloud infrastructure. PlayStation, on the other hand, has planned to make the platform the best place to game and stream consecutively.
In addition, Sony has not planned anything for the E3 2019 next month. Moreover, the company has been skipping several press interviews related to PlayStation 5.
However, Sony has not yet revealed the price or to which date the console hit the market. Along with the price, Sony didn’t say about its global market for the next generation console. For now, we have to wait until the next big thing comes around.