Is this the real deal?
The PlayStation 5 is Sony’s next-generation PlayStation. Sony has been secretive about its new console but the internet has drip-fed us a few enticing details on what to expect from their next-generation offering, and added on to that is its release on the 4th of June.
In the PlayStation 5 specs exposed below which was the first broadcast in March, their lead system architect Mark Cerny took to the stage and spoke about console design. The result was a thoroughly comprehensive breakdown of the PS5’s internal system but was mostly geared towards its developers.
This means we still have vague footage of its recent design information, not even a shot of the console. However, the game creation possibilities of the tech Cerny debuted the source of gossip. Below, you can find a breakdown of the essential technical details of PS5.
Unveiling of Rumors
According to the latest rumors collected, the Sony PlayStation 5 will feature a new 7nm GPU made by AMD. The 14nm Vega 10 GPU holds 4,096 Stream Processors thanks to the 7nm size of the Navi GPU, AMD could fit 1.6x more logic into the same amount of space. We expect the PS 5 to use a powerful GPU that will target the mid-range PC market when it is released this coming three days. The PS5’s GPU will probably be much more potent than even Xbox One X’s GPU, but when it comes out, it will be like a $500 PC.
Like all other times, AMD will probably make a costume CPU for the consoles similar to what they did with the PS 4. The CPU possibly be frail since consoles usually feature a powerful GPU but a weak CPU. The CPU is often just enough, so it doesn’t hold the GPU back.
The Initial Verdict
Almost all of us gamers are anticipating what Sony can offer this coming year and their next-generation play stations. It’s also believed Sony will increase its focus on the subscription-based PlayStation Now cloud gaming platform and its Remote Play feature. In connection with Microsoft tied up. Aside from these, Sony is looking to connect 5G technology to help out while gaming on the move with Remote Play. Then it’s time for faster gaming!