The first details of the next generation Sony PlayStation game — Sony PlayStation

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Those details come from Mark Cerny, the lead system architect of PlayStation 4, which reveals some details about the new coming console, the PlayStation 5. According to Cerny, the upcoming console is not going to be an updated model of what we have now but a new hardware.

With the backwards compatibility system, fans can immediately rely on the PS5 if Sony plans for the feature to be compatible with the latest games. It was also confirmed that the console will still support physical disc.

"This didn't make it into my PlayStation story, but given how much people are speculating about the Sony console's price (esp given the SSD/chip combo), thought I should probably give a tiny little bit of interview transcript on it", Rubin tweeted.

Moreover, the graphics will be driven by a custom version of Radeon's Navi line, and it can support ray tracing. It would be a time when Sony should be ready to launch the next generation of PlayStation.

Sony announced the PlayStation 5 the other day, which came complete with some pretty impressive hardware details.

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The PS5 will also support games and video playback at 8K resolution, assuming your TV supports it.

"Anaconda" is the rumored codename for the most powerful Xbox Scarlett console to release next year, as the family of platforms will be reportedly featuring two of them - with one being the cheapest option to enter the world of next-generation gaming. Yes, the PS5 will be able to play PS4 favorites such as "Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain" and many others. Given the timing and type of the announcement, it seems certain that Sony will celebrate the PS4's seventh anniversary with its official replacement. There's no need to pay more to buy it again, and it makes the purchase of a next-gen console a lot more attractive.

Now this is where things get interesting, because much like the PS5's release date, it's based purely on conjecture, looking at historical trends to predict what we think might happen.

The Xbox One launched at $499, $100 more than the PS4, and, much like the generation before, the console with the higher price point struggled out of the blocks. Another portion of the Wired article talked about Death Stranding, with Sony confirming a PS4 release and the author speculating, based on Cerny's pause and smile, that it will indeed be a PS5 release as well.

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