Sony is going to reveal new PlayStation 5 games later this week after the company delayed the original event.
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Sony announced today that it has begun manufacturing the PlayStation 5 and is on track for a global holiday 2020 release.
As part of its quarterly earnings report, Sony said that its next-generation PlayStation 5 video game console was still “on track” for 2020.
Sony is reportedly limiting production of the PlayStation 5 as it expects lower demand due to the higher price of its next-gen console.
While Microsoft has unveiled much of its next-generation hardware, Sony has been much slower at announcing details around the PlayStation 5.
Today, Microsoft is starting to talk about foundational software that will help make the next generation of gaming, possible. Called DirectX 12 Ultimate, Microsoft is saying that this update will make platforms ‘future-proof’ for next-generation gaming.
Just days after Microsoft revealed specs of the Xbox Series X, Sony is today revealing details of the PlayStation 5. It offers 10.28 teraflops of GPU power, SSD storage, and a custom AMD Zen 2 CPU.
Sony's next-generation dev kit, for the PlayStation 5, has been spotted and it's designed for function, not form.
In addition to confirming its launch plans, Sony revealed that it will ship a new controller with its PlayStation 5 console
Sony talks about the next-gen PlayStation 5, demoing super fast load speeds, and its cloud gaming future.
Even though Sony won't be attending E3, they are kicking the gaming season off early with the specs of their next generation console.
Sony says it won't be attending E3 this year, Microsoft fires shots. Cue the battle sequence.