With PlayStation 5 getting tons of new information earlier today, now it’s time to see how the new improvements will be applied on Sony’s upcoming console. For me, the two new innovations in PS5 controllers seem exciting, but first of all we need to test and see how it would work. The same thing goes for the console’s backward compatibility which is still under development and Sony’s lab.
According to new data coming from Famitsu, when Sony was asked about the functionality of PS5’s backward compatibility, the answer suggested to wait a bit longer for precise updates on this brand new feature in Sony’s PlayStation series. Sony says:
Our development team is currently hard at work in order to make 100% backward compatibility with PS4 possible. Please wait for further information.
Going over today’s suddenly shared details on PlayStation 5, it will be launching in Holiday 2020, exactly the same time that the next Xbox is going to hit stores. Furthermore, it’s going to feature an overhauled appearance in UI as well as granting players a full control on which parts of a game to download and install. In addition to this, PS5 will be using a 4K blu-ray drive and SSD powered hardware.
Currently, some of the developers such as Bluepoint Games and Electronic Arts have got the devkit for PlayStation 5 and are working on new titles for Sony’s next-gen console.
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