Sony PlayStation 5 rumoured to get the cross-play feature

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Sony is all set to release its next-generation gaming console the PlayStation 5. A lot of rumours have surrounded this device and the latest one reveals that the PS5 will come with the cross-play that will enhance your experience with previous-generation games that run on PS1, PS2, PS3, and PS4 titles just like Xbox One X uses backward compatibility. It will add features like 4K resolution to classical games.

Even though it's a rumour, Sony’s patents have already revealed that the new console will feature backward compatibility. The company may give us a glimpse of the PS5 console at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show. Playstation 5 will be available by Holiday 2020. But as usual, Sony may showcase this console much before the speculated date.

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As of now, Godfall is the only game that's available for PlayStation 5 once the console hits the market. A large part of the specs still remains unknown except the Dualshock controller that features haptic feedback along with adaptive triggers

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Sony's official website promises they will be unveiling a unique vision of the future. The Sony PS5 will start from $499 (Rs 35,745 approx) onwards for the 2TB SSD storage variant.


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