Sony’s is set to launch its newest console later this year, but we’re still missing some key pieces of info about the PlayStation 5 we still don’t know.
Sony has shown off the console’s look, the DualSense controller, and some upcoming PS5 games, but the company has kept the PS5 price and release date a secret so far. It’s looking like we’ll hear more very soon.
Microsoft has finally announced the release date, pricing, and preorder date for Xbox Series X and Series S, it’s only a matter of time before we get the same details from Sony.
because of its specs. It will likely be in the same range as the Xbox Series X and Series S, which will sell for $499 and $299 respectively, as the consoles share very similar internal specs.
PS5 boast a custom 825GB SSD with an expandable NVMe SSD storage slot
The console supports ray tracing, 3D audio, and PlayStation VR, and it also has a 4K UHD Blu-ray drive. Sony has said the PS5 is powerful enough to support 4K resolution at a 120Hz refresh rate–that’s double the refresh rate of most TVs, which typically run at 60Hz.