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PlayStation 5 Spec Updated and Project Epsilon Leak

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PlayStation 5 Spec Updated and Project Epsilon Leak

Recently the PS5 Specs leaks all over the internet, the PS5 rumors have been flying along like wildfire on the ‘net, about a power-house console that uses the new AMD Zen CPU, and will be focused on VR and 4K. And now a PDF document based on the previous PS4 “Neo” Leak which turned out to be “real”, has been leaked but some info in it seems to be “clearly fake” or “not fake”, check it out:

As of now, Sony hasn’t officially announced PS5, though it’s rumored that PS5 dev kits are already in the hands of developers. With another rumor suggesting that CD Projekt Red may be creating its upcoming Cyberpunk 2077 game for both PS4 and PS5, Sony’s console may land far sooner than we think.

Other information about PlayStation 5 includes:

  • 100% backwards compatible with PS4 games
  • Fully compatible with PS VR and PlayStation Move offering a improved VR experience
  • CPU: AMD Zen 8 cores – single-chip custom processor
  • GPU: 14.20 TFLOPS, AMD Navi-based graphics engine
  • Memory: 32GB GDDR6 technology
  • Storage – 1TB SSD

The latest PS5 document is full of grammar errors, which is a huge red flag. It uses a similar template to the PS4 Neo (PS4 Pro) leak in 2016, with was proven to be accurate, but appears far less professional.

It claims that all games developed by Sony Interactive Worldwide Studios with production starting after April 1, 2018 will be exclusively for the Project Episilon system.

Other information on the alleged PS5 internal document includes:

  • All PS4 and PS4 Pro titles will have an update patch to run better on PS5
  • Stably rotating games at 60 frames per second

It seems that this alleged internal PlayStation 5 document for “Project Epsilon” is simply information taken from the recent PS5 specifications leak, with a few decent guesses . With rumors that Sony’s new console will be released over the next couple of years, there’s plenty of speculation doing the rounds, and it’s not unusual to see fake documents but it’s also not usual to see controlled leaks or stir up hype only to be quiet about it for a year or so until the time is right.

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