Sony’s upcoming next-gen console, likely to be named, PlayStation 5 has been a hot topic of discussion for quite some time now. Every now and then we get to know more about the upcoming console. Sony has already revealed the first tidbits of information for PlayStation 5 as the company informed the gaming community that it will support 8K graphics, 3D audio, super-fast SSDs, and backward compatibility with existing PlayStation 4 games. And now, Samsung has hinted that PlayStation 5 might use Samsung’s SSD to load games faster.
During the recent Samsung SSD forum, Tokyo, the company announced a new NVMe SSD, or Non-Volatile Memory Express Solid State Drive, which they said will be an integral component of a new game console to released in 2020. Moreover, a slideshow presentation even included a PlayStation DualShock controller, further suggesting that the console might be PlayStation 5.
Recently, we got more details on the next-gen console which confirmed that the console features a built-in camera. Then following months of speculation, Sony finally confirmed that its next-generation console will be called the PlayStation 5, and arrive next year, launching in time for ‘Holiday 2020.’ Then a few days back, a new patent suggested a controller that will connect directly over the internet, and not to the PS5 itself. Another patent found the light of the day which seemed to be a new gaming cartridge. The latest patent that surfaced the internet even shed some light on PS5’s controller, namely, DualShock 5. If we are to believe the leaks, PlayStation 5 might cost around $500.