If you’re a die hard Play Station fan and are eagerly awaiting the upcoming release of the PS5, simply continue reading to discover a few key facts about Play Station’s next generation console.
The Release of PS5: Everything that you need to know
It’s release has not been impacted by the coronavirus:
While your favorite TV shows and movies may have been delayed by the widespread impact of the coronavirus, Sony still plans to release the PS5 this holiday season. As a result the PS5 will be direct competition for Microsoft’s latest next generation console the Xbox
There will be two versions to chose from:
There will be two versions of the PS5 to select from. If you already digitally download the majority of the games that you play, you may want to opt for the PS5 digital edition. However, if you still plan to purchase games on physical disks, you’ll need to purchase the standard, more expensive PS5.
It offers backwards compatibility:
If you’re purchased a long list of PS4 titles you’re in luck as the PS5 is backwards compatible. At launch the PS5 will offer support for the top 100 PS4 games.
It boasts a whole new aesthetic:
While the first edition PS4 was black on black, the PS5 is predominately white and has a futuristic aesthetic. Another aesthetic difference between the PS5 and the PS4 is that the PS4 featured sharp lines while the PS5 offers a curvier design.
You’ll be able to purchase a wide variety of PS5 games on PS5’s launch date:
Some of the games which you’ll be able to play on PS5’s upcoming launch date include Assassin’s Creed Vahalla, Marvel’s Spider Man: Miles Morales, NBA 2k21, Dirt 5, Rainbow Six Siege and Madden NFL 21. So no matter whether you enjoy playing adventure games, shooters or sports game, you won’t have any trouble finding a title to play on your new PS5, when you receive it.
It’s processor is slightly slower X Box’s next generation console:
The PS5’s processor is slightly slower than X Box’s next generation console, the X Box Series X. The PS5’s processor will reach speeds of 3.8 Gigahertz, while its competitors the X Box Series X boasts a processor which can reach speeds of 3.5 Gigahertz.
It offers slightly less internal storage than the X Box Series X:
The X Box Series X offers a full terabyte of internal storage, whereas the PS5 will only offer 825 GB of storage. However, you will be able to take advantage of Sony’s new cloud based storage space, if you think that you’ll require additional storage space and don’t want to purchase an external hard drive. In order to be able to play as many PS5 games as you’d like, without running out of available memory.
So if you’ve been playing Play Station games for as long as you can remember and are excited about the upcoming launch of the PS5, hopefully you found all of the information listed above useful. Especially if you plan on purchasing a Ps5 as soon as possible.