With the announcement of Sony’s latest news on its Play Station 5 release, the fans have gone way more curious to know when they will be able to play that game, the price and specs, and other essential details. We are here to provide you with everything you need to know.
What will be the price of PS4?
It has been reported that the PS5 is going to have a digital edition, and there will be no Blu-ray drive, so by this, we can assume that the price of the all-new PlayStation would be lesser than the standard model. However, you can pay a premium for games, even if the costs of the console matches with the PS4. The PS5 version of 2K21 has been priced at $10 by 2K, which is more than the PS4.
The CEO of Sony’s PlayStation Jim Ryan has told there will be a whole family of accessories that is quite daring, bold, and future-facing. It also includes Pulse 3D, the new headset taking advantage of its ray-traced audio technology. There is a media remote and updated camera; however, it is unknown whether they will be bundled with the PlayStation 5 or have to buy separately. And it was also told that all-new PlayStation 5 is going to be eco friendly as it would save the average electricity which is equal to the usage of 1000 homes in the U.S.
PS5 Release date:
The release date for the PlayStation 5 has not been declared yet; however, Sony has currently been sticking to its holiday 2023 release. For a specific time, we might have to wait for further information.
- CPU: AMD Zen 2-based CPU with 8 cores at 3.5GHz (variable frequency)
- GPU: 10.28 TFLOPs, 36 CUs at 2.23GHz (variable frequency)
- GPU architecture: Custom RDNA 2
- Memory interface: 16GB GDDR6 / 256-bit
- Memory bandwidth: 448GB/s
- Internal storage: Custom 825GB SSD
- IO throughput: 5.5GB/s (raw), typical 8-9GB/s (compressed)
- Expandable storage: NVMe SSD slot
- External storage: USB HDD support (PS4 games only)
- Optical drive: 4K UHD Blu-ray drive
This time, Sony’s commitment to custom silicon seems quite interesting. It is entirely focused on taking the gaming capabilities to a level beyond. The PS3 had a problematic element in it, but the PS5 is going to be as developer-friendly as possible for sure.