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.
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
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.