Sony has announced two models of the much awaiting PlayStation 5, which stands vertically and has a black and white color combination with blue lights around the inside edges. The regular PS5 has a 4K Blu-Ray drive whereas the PS5 Digital Edition excludes that 4K drive and has more aesthetic look, plus has a slimmer design. On the front of the consoles, we get a USB-A and USB-C port. Sony has not revealed PS5 series pricing or release date of the consoles yet. We’ll have to wait a bit more for that.
For the specs, PlayStation 5 gets torque by AMD Zen 2 CPU, a custom AMD RDNA-2 based GPU and 16GB of DDR6 memory, this combination will provide 10.28 teraflops. This power will give users a better gaming experience with ray tracing. Sony has used its own home baked SSD for faster load times and a storage of 825GB. PS5 also supports 8K graphics and 4K at high rate of 120fps.
Sony also showed trailers of a bunch of new games and the PS5 will support many games from its predecessor PS4.
Sony has also announced some accessories with PlayStation 5. We know about the new dual sense controller as it was revealed in April. It features haptic feedback, adaptive triggers and a microphone. Sony has also made a charging station for the controllers that can charge two controllers concurrently. We also are looking at Pulse 3D wireless headset, a remote controller for media consumption with that 4K Blu-Ray drive and a 3D camera for motion tracking.