PlayStation 5: Sony’s CES page claims that “The Future Is Coming”
Has Sony teased some of what to expect from their briefing at CES 2020 in Las Vegas?
Sony’s press conference at CES takes place on January 6th, and we are expecting some rather big news from the Japanese corporation.
While Microsoft wasted no time to reveal their upcoming next-gen console – Xbox Series X – at the recent Game Awards, Sony still has us nit-picking over Reddit design leaks and rumours.
However, this could all change if Sony decides to reveal their next console at CES 2020.
Sony’s CES 2020 landing page teases, “The future is coming.”
The teaser goes on to offer some idea of what to expect from Sony’s briefing, but it is riddled with ambiguity.
“At CES 2020 Sony is unveiling a unique vision of the future, bringing creativity and technology together like never before, to unleash new sensations and emotions”
Hopefully things will be cleared up for us soon enough.
Continue reading for more details on the PS5, such as the alleged price, release date, and exclusive titles.
PS5 release date
Here, you can sign up and they’ll let you know the second the PS5 will be available to pre-order. Worth a punt if you ask us.
That’s a similar price to what the Xbox Series X should retail for – around the £400 mark.
We don’t know a huge amount about what’s under the PS5‘s hood, but what we do know is that it’ll be significantly more powerful than the PS4 Pro.
It’ll likely support Ray Tracing, an advanced lighting technique that is already a feature in some state-of-the-art Nvidia graphics cards.
Add to this rumoured 8K support, and a bespoke SSD drive – which will be up to 19 times faster than traditional SSD storage methods, and you’ve got yourself a very powerful console indeed.
Another trick is that players will be able to install / remove certain parts of the game – much like on PC. So, if you only want to install single-player, that’ll be doable.
Xbox 2020 specs
The new Xbox will boast far more than the six teraflops currently inside Microsoft’s flagship gaming console, the Xbox One X.
Although some have speculated that the console will be 8K ready, we doubt it’ll have the raw power to run this natively.
Instead, it’ll likely use a solution much like PS4 Pro’s checkerboard rendering / Nvidia’s Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS)- upscaling an image from 1880p to higher resolutions allowing for higher framerates.
Click “Next” to see what rumoured games could appear on PS5…