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  1. PS5 vs. Xbox Series X: a complicated battle of SSD and GPU speeds Sony has opted for SSD speeds, while Microsoft has gone for raw GPU power Sony has finally unveiled its PlayStation 5 specs today, and there are some surprisingly big differences between the PS5 and Microsoft’s Xbox Series X. Both consoles are still arriving at the end of the year, and we’re now starting to get a better idea of what both Microsoft and Sony have prioritized for next-gen games. Sony has picked different CPU, GPU, and even SSD speeds that will impact how next-gen
  2. Sony reveals full PS5 hardware specifications Begun, the console wars have Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge After months of anticipation and drips of details, Sony has finally revealed the specifications and hardware details for the PlayStation 5, its next-generation home console that’s planned for release this holiday season. The PS5 will feature a custom eight-core AMD Zen 2 CPU clocked at 3.5GHz (variable frequency) and a custom GPU based on AMD’s RDNA 2 architecture hardware
  3. $500 ain't what it used to be. — Is the US market ready to embrace a $500 game console? A look at history, and inflation, suggests it might be. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all 5 images. Last week, a Bloomberg report about PS5 component costs suggested the upcoming system would cost no less than $450 for Sony to manufacture. Add in costs for packaging, shipping, and retail markup, and Sony would likely need to charge about $500 per PS5 just to break even on the hardware at launch (though taking a loss on hardware
  4. Report: Sony can’t build a PS5 for less than $450 Sony may be waiting for Microsoft to blink first before it names a price tag. Enlarge Aurich Lawson Video game enthusiasts worldwide are looking forward to Sony’s PlayStation 5 launch this fall, but a new report says challenges in sourcing affordable parts may mean that the console comes with a higher price tag than players want to pay. Sony so far is unable to get the manufacturing cost for a PlayStation 5 below $450, Bloomberg reports, which may resu
  5. Sony confirms PS5 will have exclusive games playable only on next-gen hardware A strategy that stands in contrast to Microsoft’s Xbox approach Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge The PlayStation 5 will have one selling point Sony thinks might be important to fans who are on the fence about upgrading to a new generation of gaming console: exclusive titles, playable only on the new hardware. Speaking with Gameindustry.biz in an interview published Friday, PlayStation boss Jim Ryan said his company’s upcoming devic
  6. Sony announces PS5 event for June 4th It’s time for some PS5 games Sony is officially confirming its next PlayStation 5 event will be held on Thursday, June 4th. The event will begin at 4PM ET / 1PM PT, and Sony is promising “a look at the future of gaming on PlayStation 5.” It will run for “a bit more than an hour,” and feature “a first look at the games you’ll be playing after PlayStation 5 launches this holiday,” according to Jim Ryan, president and CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment. “The games coming to P
  7. Sony reportedly boosts PS5 production by 50 percent Oculus also increasing orders for new headset Sony is ordering at least 50 percent more PlayStation 5 consoles than it had originally planned to ship this year, according to reports in the Japanese press. While the company was expecting to produce around six million consoles in 2020, Nikkei says that the figure is now at about nine million, while Bloomberg says it could reach 10 million. Both publications put the raised expectations down to increased demand for
  8. These are the PS5 games that are coming to PC as well More than half of the 26 PS5 titles announced will also be available on PC (Image credit: Sony) More than half of the games announced for the PlayStation 5 will also be made available to PC gamers. While many of the 26 PS5 games announced at yesterday’s launch will be exclusive to the space age-looking console, including Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Horizon sequel Horizon Forbidden West, more than half of the new titles will also be coming to PC.
  9. Spider-Man, Ratchet and Clank, Gran Turismo, and more are coming to PS5 Horizon, Hitman, Demon's Souls and more round out PS5's software debut. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all 9+ images. Nearly three months after laying out some of the PlayStation 5's technological underpinnings, Sony today offered its first extended look at actual games running on the upcoming hardware during a live event. The event started off with a glimpse of an "expanded and enhanced" version of Grand Theft Auto V, whic
  10. Sony finally reveals PlayStation 5 hardware—and a discless “Digital Edition” Game-announcement bonanza ends with reveal, but still no price, release date. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all 9+ images. Shortly after Sony's hour-long reveal of new video games slated to launch on PlayStation 5, the company took the wraps off of a major component of its new console: the hardware itself. What's more, fans learned that Sony had a secret up its sleeve on the hardware side, unannounced until today: a "
  11. How the PS5's 3D audio chip could transform your gaming experience You'll probably need some decent speakers though (Image credit: Shutterstock.com) Immersive audio is a growing trend, with the rise of object-based surround sound technologies like Dolby Atmos and DTS:X in the world of film – but how will immersive audio translate to the world of gaming? The PS5 is looming on the horizon, and while we don’t know everything that the next-gen console will offer, we do know that the PlayStation 5 will be packing some very in
  12. Don't like the PS5 design? PS5 special editions will offer options 'beyond anything seen before' You can scrap that white PS5 if you want… (Image credit: Sony) Not a fan of the PS5 design? Well, don't worry, as there will be plenty of PS5 special editions available that will offer an alternative to the futuristic, white PlayStation 5, and with more customizable options than we've seen with past consoles. That's according to PlayStation vice-president of UX design Matt MacLaurin, who took to LinkedIn to answer fans' ques
  13. The PS5 and Xbox Series X games price hike is unpleasant – but not surprising Opinion: it's a necessary evil (Image credit: 2K Games) 2K Games has been the first company to commit to next-gen game pricing, setting the price of NBA 2K21 on Xbox Series X and PS5 at an eye-watering $70 – $10 more than its price on PS4 and Xbox One. But it looks like 2K Games isn't the only publisher that will implement a price hike on Xbox Series X and PS5 games, as research company IDG told GamesIndustry.biz that other major publishers ar
  14. First PS5 photos show just how big Sony’s next-gen console truly is The PS5 is the biggest game console in modern history Sony’s upcoming PS5 hardware has appeared at Taiwan’s National Communications Commission (NCC), providing us with the first close up photos of the next-gen console. The NCC has published a variety of images (PDF), showing the standard PS5 laying horizontally, the included cables, and the removable base that holds the console in both vertical and horizontal positions. The photos also show ju
  15. Yesterday, Sony revealed the gameplay for a number of titles coming to the PlayStation 5, as well as one game we’re already familiar with: Fortnite. The entire clip was quite brief at only around 40 seconds in length and it mostly served to highlight the graphics boost players can expect to get on the upcoming console. However, if you looked closely, there were a few interesting teasers. The entire Fortnite game preview on PlayStation 5 is in the video below. There’s a quite obvious graphics boost in the game on PS5, including more detailed tree renders, richer contrast, more
  16. Imported next-gen consoles are already available for pre-order in China, says Apptutti's Daniel Camilo Both the Xbox Series X/S and the PlayStation 5 have now been revealed, with their respective prices, launch line-ups and release dates disclosed. The world is ready for next-gen -- except, perhaps, for the biggest gaming market in the world, China. But is that really the case? Xbox and PS5 coming to China? While Microsoft has not publicly addressed the issue yet, Sony did mention China in its recent PlayStation 5 showcase when the release date and prices were annou
  17. Sony reveals PS5 will play most PS4 games, but some ‘may exhibit errors’ Sony details backward compatibility for PS5 Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Sony is detailing its PS5 backward compatibility support for playing older PS4 games today. The next-gen PS5 will support more than 4,000 PS4 games on the new PS5 console, a number Sony says is the “overwhelming majority.” While most PS4 games will play, Sony does warn that “some PS4 games may exhibit errors or unexpected behavior when played on PS5 consoles.
  18. The first PlayStation 5 teardown reveals some hardware secrets Easy-to-remove outer panels hide "dust catcher" holes and more. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all images. We're still a bit over a month away from the official launch of the PlayStation 5, but we've already got the first public teardown of the console hardware courtesy of Sony itself. The Japanese video (with English subtitles) Sony posted Wednesday morning answers quite a few n
  19. This PS5 and Xbox Series X NBA 2K21 trailer shows the true power of next-gen With gameplay changes to go with the graphical upgrade (Image credit: 2K) The new NBA 2K21 trailer is a showboating sneak-peek at the next-gen computing power of the Xbox Series X and PS5. Annual sports releases don't change much from year-to-year, but next-gen upgrades will help them make a genuinely massive step forward. Beyond the impressive photorealism, the sheer number of lifelike fans, coaches, cheerleaders, mascots and refs generated in
  20. PlayStation 5 runs cool and quiet, according to initial hands-on reports Plus new details on DualSense controller lighting, added buttons, and more. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all images. Like most of the world, we here at Ars are still waiting for our first hands-on experience with the PlayStation 5 ahead of its planned release next month. But over the weekend, a handful of Japanese journalists and YouTubers got to try out Sony's new system and have revealed a few new tidbits about the hardware and it
  21. PS5 UI is finally revealed – with features that could change gaming forever Sony fully reveals Activities and Game Help, two major new PS5 features Sony has finally revealed what the PS5's user experience is going to be like – including its home screen menu, revised PlayStation Store, and a slew of interesting new in-game features that we've never seen before. The console's new user experience has been built specifically for 4K TVs, according to the new State of Play video, which is hosted by PlayStation's head of platfo
  22. A few days ago, Sony revealed that 99 percent of PS4 games will be compatible with the PS5 and that there are very few titles you can’t play on the upcoming console. KT Racing Now, the list of 10 just got shorter. NACON and KT Racing told Push Square that they’re developing a patch that would make TT Isle of Man - Ride on the Edge 2 PS5-compatible. A NACON rep told the publication that the developers are working to make the motorbike racing game 100
  23. The PS5 UI looks like it's designed to promote busywork, not save you time Opinion: PS5’s ‘Cards’ aren’t as useful as they might seem (Image credit: Sony) Ever since Sony unveiled the PS5 UI to the world, I’ve been torn on one of its most widely praised and innovative features: ‘Cards’. On the surface, the PS5’s Cards are designed to help you quickly interact with a game or the PS5 system in a variety of ways. You can see key information at a glance like updates from developers, your recent screenshots, and even have th
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