PS5: What We Know So Far: Possible Release date, Specifications, and much more..
We have been waiting quite a long time for this, but Sony officially came out with some details on the PlayStation 5 is going to be probably the most advanced system ever created by PlayStation and it's pretty exciting you all the information that they want over. Over the past couple years, we've seen some pretty Dynamic growth in the PlayStation Market the graphics and Spider-Man series is probably the best I have personally seen in a very long time. In looking at the specifications of the system, we all got very excited by what PlayStation has to offer in the future. Coming almost out of nowhere and taking us all by surprise is the fact that PlayStation came out with some details of what the PlayStation 5 has to offer and what we can expect. Now the developers have been tight lipped and we don’t know everything about it, but early details exclaim how much more advanced the system is compared to the PlayStation 4 Pro. One of the key elements is interesting about the PlayStation 5, is unlike most current systems on the market today. It is not going to be all digital and instead will have physical disc applications involved with it, which is amazing especially for some of us you do like to have the hard copies. Another major feature is that it will also have backwards compatibility (thank you!!), thereby giving you so that ability to play your PlayStation 4 games on it. Right now it is also being announced that it will support 8K displaying resolution, 3D audio, and SSD storage which are definitely pushing the boundaries of what we currently have to offer. One thing that has been clarified is that the 8K specific feature is dependent on your TV's ability to handle it and in response will be dependent on whether not your TV can catch up to it the graphics. Another big feature of this system is that it is supposed to be going to be VR compatible with a full support system in regards to it and that is definitely interesting especially with the launch of new systems heading to the VR and AR and the debate as to whether not that type of gaming is going to surpass what we currently game with. This is a constantly updating story so we're definitely going to be on the lookout for new details as to what PlayStation has in store for us.
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(Update): Sony has announced that the PS5 will not be ready for a 2019 launch and instead is speculated to be launched sometime in the fall of 2020