We’ve got some good news for console lovers. Sony is all set to reveal its NextGen Console. Yes we’re talking about PlayStation 5. Sony is finally going to reveal PlayStation 5 on 11th June. Previously Sony was all set to reveal PlayStation 5 on 4th June but then decided to delay the launch event because of the Global Protests because of the death of George Flyod.
They have released a Blog in their Official website where they say “ Now that the event is confirmed for June 11, I wanted to add that this pre-taped program will be broadcast at 1080p and 30 frames per second. This eased the show’s production process during a time when many of our team and developers are working from home. The games you’ll see on Thursday will look even better when you play them on PS5 with a 4K TV, as you’d expect.
It’s also best if you watch while wearing headphones, if you can — there’s some cool audio work in the show, and it might be harder to appreciate if it’s pumped through your phone or laptop speakers.”
The price of this Next-Gen console still remains unknown but Sony has responded that the pricing hasn’t been affected because of the Pandemic.
We’ve heard a lot about the SSD that is going to be present inside this Next-Gen console. which is over twice that of an Xbox Series X. And like the Xbox Series X, the PS5 also has dedicated hardware-based decompression to reduce CPU overhead. The new custom-designed I/O unit is the heart of making all this happen.
SSD present inside PlayStation 5 will help in following ways:-
- Boots in seconds
- No load screens
- Ultra High-Speed Streaming
CONFIRMED PLAYSTATION 5 GAMES
Although the list of Confirmed PlayStation 5 Games remain uncertain as Sony hasn’t actually released any list but we’ve some big titles like Assassin’s Creed Valhalla that’s launching in 2020.
To learn more about Confirmed PlayStation 5 Games Click here.
Sony Corporation is a Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation headquartered in Kōnan, Minato, Tokyo. Its diversified business includes consumer and professional electronics, semiconductors, gaming, entertainment and financial services