Ryan briefed about some of the PS5 features like adaptive triggers for the new controller, ray-tracing, 3D audio sound, a faster SSD to reduce loading times and an Ultra HD Blu-ray drive. Well to be honest, nothing is new as these features were already announced.
Don’t be disappointed, Sony could share more information about the PlayStation 5 soon.
Sony had officially announced the PlayStation 4 back in February 2013, a month after CES was concluded that year.
Ryan concluded his speech or whatever by telling more about the games that are lined up among other features, he said that more will be announced later.
The PlayStation 5 will be launching by Holiday 2020 vis a vis its Microsoft developed rival the next-gen gaming console, Xbox Series X.
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