PS5’s Features, Release Date Rumored Again: Here’s Everything

Sony’s PlayStation 5 expected release date and PS5 features are being once again rumored. Here are the details you need to know about the company’s next-gen gaming console.

However, the PS5 might not have made an appearance at E3, but it was touted as the upcoming video game platform by Sony, completely implausible when the possible release date of the PS5 was mooted as 2018. Find all kinds of PS5 specifications, images, news and concepts and much more right here right now.

According to the Analyst Micheal Patcher, who is no stranger to making headlines after he recently suggested that the Nintendo Switch will outsell the competitors this year, he also again find his place in the news after making comments on the PlayStation 5 and whether or not it will constituent a “half-step” evolution over the current PS4 and PS4 Pro-class of devices.

With PS4 Po backwards compatibility, the PS5’s release due 2019. Update: PS5 didn’t make an appearance at this year E3 2017 keynote, but, the PS5 is definitely coming to living rooms around the world. In fact, Shawn Lyden, PlayStation America CEO, has went all round on record, saying that his company will be launching PlayStation 5 in due course, soon, confirming that it wll e a generational jump over current hardware rather than the half step taken by the PS4 Pro over the original PS4 release. Also: PlayStation 5 Games Coming To iOS And Android By March 2018, Confirms Sony

Patcher is not willing to take that a face value, and launched into a lengthy comment surrounding just what the PlayStation 5 (PS5) will or will not capable of.

I really like Shawn and I don’t think he is attempting to mislead anybody. The PlayStation 4 Pro is better than the PS4, so I think that’s a half step towards the PlayStation 5. I think the PS5 will be another half step. So he is being honest when he said he is not doing a half step but the PlayStation 5…how much faster can it be? It will surely support 4K. Will it support 240 frames per second? Great. Will it play games that were made for the PlayStation 4 PRO? That’s the question. I think it will. So I think they will build a console that will be backwards compatible with the PS4 Pro. So I think it will be perceived by the consumers to be a half step and I think Shawn is telling the truth when he says it’s will be a full fledged console.

When will PS5 come out for sale and which PS5 games will make their way into the newer version of PlayStation, and if there’s an Xbox two and PS5 together, what will your favorite? Everything in the backyard of the rumors bin now, but soon, it will be literally announced. Read: Sony Is Developing A New “PlayStation 4.5” With Support For 4K And VR Gaming

For now, this is it. We do not yet know when exactly will the PS5 launch, although the Patcher does suggest that it could happen at some point in 2019. Nothing left to discuss about this machine right away, leaving plenty of room for guesswork and analysts making interpretations based on the usual array of tea leaves and conjecture.

2019 is a long way off right now regardless, so we wouldn’t start getting ready to sell that PS4 or PS4 Pro just yet. Stay tuned for more!

(Source: GamingBolt)

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