New day, and here’s the new confirmations for PS5. Now that we know how the Xbox Series X is built, Sony has to bring something to the table to draw attention to its new flagship console. The rival par excellence, Xbox Series X, promises 12 Teraflops of graphics power, ray tracing and backward compatibility with previous consoles.
Today, new confirmations come from the GameStop online store, through a pre-registration page for the PS5 console that now appears to be offline. The page obviously did not include the possibility of pre-ordering the new PS5 but it contained important news on its technical specifications and features. You can check those details below:
- Full 8K TV support
- Bespoke 8-core AMD chipset
- 3D Audio
- Built-for-purpose SSD storage
- Backwards compatibility with PS4 games/PSVR hardware
- Ray tracing capabilities
The release of the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X is planned for the end of this year during the pre-Christmas season. There is still no exact release date for both systems.
In recent news, a new patent suggests that the PlayStation 5 controller could include a wireless charging adapter. On the other hand, another patent suggests paying for microtransactions when playing games on PlayStation 5.