Saturday , April 17 2021

Sony: PlayStation 5 will not start in the next 12 months



Sony has recently revealed that its next-generation PlayStation, we will call it the PS5, will not be ready for 2019. Now the company notes that the PlayStation 5 will also not arrive in the next year. A Wall Street Journal journalist detected on Twitter that Sony tells reporters, during Q & A sessions, that the PS5 will not be released over the next 12 months.

It leaves a potential release date for the PlayStation 5 for the summer of next year, or much more likely fall period of 2020. The launch launch for the PS5 will not be so surprising given that when new consoles are usually available in stores, it leaves an open door for Sony to reveal much more about the console in E3 next year.

Sony does not hold its usual E3 press conference this year, but the company recently revealed some key specifications for its upcoming console. Sony promises that the PS5 will support 8K graphics, 3D sound, SSD storage and compatibility backwards with the existing PlayStation 4 titles. The PS5 will also use an eight-core processor based on the Ryzen line of the third-generation AMD, and includes a graphics processor that supports graphics for tracing tracking.

Stronger processor and storage of SSDs could be major improvements for the new generation of PlayStation, opening up more power and cruel speed for developers to use games. Microsoft is expected to use similar specifications for its Xbox Next-Generation, now called "Anaconda". It is said that Microsoft is preparing for two new Xbox consoles for 2020, with Anaconda acting as the successor to the Xbox One X and the Lockhart console inheriting the Xbox One S. Microsoft officially did not disclose plans for the next generation, but the company promised that he will "go big" at E3 this year.

Sony also revealed that today's PS4 sales are now 96.8 million units, closing in 100 million calculations, which now predicts it will hit the next quarter. There are also 36.4 million subscribers to the PlayStation Plus, but Sony predicts that operating profit will drop by 10 percent next quarter due to costs associated with the development of the PlayStation 5.


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