New PlayStation 5 looks attractive in sleek design
Sony have finally unveiled their Playstation 5 after the long wait. Sony is releasing PlayStation 5 after selling 110 million PlayStation 4 units worldwide.
Compared to the two major game consoles released 7 years back, Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Xbox One were look alike, a black box without much detail on the design front for the console. Microsoft’s latest Xbox X series and PlayStation 5 design is entirely different in design as gaming consoles are now secured a place in most living rooms.
During the launch event, Sony mostly talked about the games and its DualSense wireless controllers. In a statement company have informed that Grand Theft Auto (GTA), Spider-Man, Ratchet and Clank, Horizon Forbidden West, Resident Evil, Hitman 3 to name a few from the list.
PS5 will launch in two options: a standard model with an Ultra HD Blu-ray disc drive, and a digital model without a disc drive, offering unprecedented choice at launch to gamers. As per Sony Interactive Entertainments CEO Jim Ryan, PlayStation 5 will support its PlayStation VR by adding an additional component to the console he said in an Interview with CNET.
Sony’s latest console comes with pretty powerful specs AMD Zen 2 CPU, AMD’s RDNA-2 GPU with 16GB RAM and 825GB Solid State Drive. It will also support 8K graphics and 4K graphics at 120Hz refresh rate.
Currently there is no word from Sony about the pricing or availability of the neither variants also whether both devices will come with the same specifications.
PlayStation 5 supports 8K graphics and 4K graphics at 120Hz
In the online stream event, Sony introduced additional accessories for the gaming console along with the console.
The much talked about DualSense Wireless controller was first announced on April 2020. The controller features adaptive triggers, haptic feedback, a center-mounted touchpad and a redesigned light bar that sits on each side of the touchpad and a create button to share the game play content.
PS5 will also support more than 4000 games that is now available in PS4, its iconic game console. Sony confirmed in march that they are expecting backward compatible titles will run at a boosted frequency on PS5 so that they can benefit from higher or more stable frame rates and potentially higher resolutions.