PlayStation will continue its focus on major blockbusters coming exclusively to the platform, with Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Horizon 2: Forbidden West and more already being confirmed as games you can only play on PS5.
Obviously it isn’t all about the games, and PS5 will boast some generous hardware upgrades, too. It will house an improved GPU, increased overall memory and an SSD which will allow for larger, more ambitious worlds and faster load times. Let’s not forget visual effects like ray tracing, either.
The PS5 looks unique, with futuristic curves and a general look that’s very different to the subtle PS4.
There will be a digital-only version of the console which lacks a disk drive, as well as a potentially more expensive standard version with a 4K Blu-Ray player.
Video footage has also shown the PS5 will feature both a USB-A and USB-C port, which means it should support old peripherals as well as looking into the future with new technology
The PS5 is confirmed to feature backwards compatibility, as Mark Cerny (PS5 system architect) said, “PS4 graphics engines will run just fine on PlayStation 5”. A Legacy Mode was revealed for the PS5, which would allow developers to create PS4 titles for the next-gen console without losing any functionality. Those PS4 games will supposedly run at boosted frequencies, which could potentially result in improved visuals and performance.
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