There’s a notable difference between the design of PS4 and the upcoming PS5 model. The space-age black and white color scheme sported by PS4 seems to be a thing of the past with the futuristic design for PS5.
Aside from the design, Sony has confirmed as well that it will release a digital version of the PS5 called as PS5 Digital Edition. In this version, it still packs the power of a regular PS5, minus the disc drive.
Of course, both gaming consoles are powerful but in PS5, it is obvious that it has been given an update. The specs for PS5 are expected to have the following:
- AMD Zen 2-based CPU with 8 cores at 3.5GHz
- 16GB of GDDR6 memory
- Customer RDNA 2 AMD GPU that generates 10.28 TFLOPs of processing power
This may seem to be nonsense if you are not used to the jargons in tech-world. However, for those who are eyeing to getting their hands on PS5, these specs are more than enough to convince them in getting a preorder.
For sure, you have plenty of questions about PS5. We will try to get to the bottom of it in the next lines.
Sony PS5 is the latest iteration of PlayStation gaming console and it will be released in November 12 in countries like:
- South Korea
- New Zealand
- Canada and;
- United States
For the rest of the world, the release date would be in November 19.
How much would it cost?
For the standard PS5 model, it will cost AU$749.95/ £449.99/ $499.99 while for the Digital Edition, price will be lower at AU$599.95/ £359.99/ $399.99.
What games to play?
There are tons of games that can be loaded and played and some of the popular ones include Spider-Man entry, Horizon Zero Dawn sequel, remake of Demon Souls and a lot more.
Is it possible to play PS4 games on PS5?
Yes. PS5 has backward compatibility with majority of the PS4 games, but some are yet to be confirmed.
Hope that these quick Q&A helped you in getting more idea about the upcoming PS5. For more info, you can also check on Instagram for updates; after all, many pages buy Instagram views to increase their engagement.