Updated: Dec 2, 2019
Sony has officially confirmed that PlayStation 5 will be the name of its next-gen console and successor to the PlayStation 4. The PlayStation 5 will be released during the holiday season in 2020.
Specifications of PlayStation 5
PlayStation 5 will on a custom 8 core
16 threat x86-64-AMD Ryzen cpu
This console is come with ryzen 7 processors
PlayStation 5 controller
Notably, the new PS5 controller will come with a brand new haptic technology to replace the "rumble" technology found in previous controllers. Ryan says the PS5 controller will offer a broader range of haptic feedback that will vary depending on what's happening during gameplay. "So crashing into a wall in a race car feels much different than making a tackle on the football field." Another new feature coming to the controller is what the company calls adaptive triggers that have been incorporated into the L2/R2 trigger buttons. Game developers will be able to program the resistance of these trigger buttons, so that users feel a different tactile sensation when "drawing a bow" or the varying levels of resistance between a machine gun and a shotgun. In an in-depth Wired-exclusive report, it is further revealed that the controller will come with an improved speaker and a USB Type-C connector for charging. Moreover, game installation on the PS5 will be different than in the PS4. Instead of having to install the entire game at once, it could be possible to install a part of the game such as the multiplayer campaign while the single-player campaign can be installed at a later time.