Sony has revealed some of the very first details regarding the highly anticipated PlayStation 5 gaming and entertainment system. This sounds like it’s going to be pretty freakin’ cool and may end up being the ultimate gaming console. Two of the biggest things that were revealed are that it will include a solid state drive and also have backwards compatibility with the PlayStation 4! These things are a pretty big deal for gamers! The SSD will give the system the power to match the increased and improved graphics and storage needs for the next-gen games. The SSD drive will also dramatically speed up the loading and rendering time for the games. According to Wired, PlayStation 5 lead system architect Mark Cerny teased that the SSD drive built into Sony’s next-gen console “is something a little more specialized” than what is currently available for PCs: To demonstrate, Cerny fires up a PS4 Pro playing Spider-Man, a 2018 PS4 exclusive that he worked on alongside Insomniac Games. . . On the TV, Spidey stands in a small plaza. Cerny presses a button on the controller, initiating a fast-travel interstitial screen. When Spidey reappears in a totally different spot in Manhattan, 15 seconds… Read full this story
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