PlayStation 5 Will Have a 4K Blu-ray Player

PlayStation 5 Will Have a 4K Blu-ray Player

A recently discovered PlayStation VR patent has lifted the lid on Sony's potential plans for VR, with a new headset that can be connected to the console wirelessly.

Just hours after Sony announced the final name and release window for the PlayStation 5, LetsGoDigital unearthed a patent filing for what might be the next PlayStation VR headset.

Elsewhere, Doom Eternal's release date was pushed back into March 2020, and the GR team is divided on whether or not this is a good thing for the FPS.

One of the biggest talking points for the next-gen consoles is the ultra-fast SSD. "Today I'm proud to share that our next-generation console will be called PlayStation 5, and we'll be launching in time for Holiday 2020".

The upcoming launch of PlayStation 5 is already a major reason for happiness for gamers worldwide since it will be a considerable upgrade for the previous PlayStation 4.

Sony says there'll be a bunch of changes PS5 will introduce.

"First, we're adopting haptic feedback to replace the "rumble" technology found in controllers since the 5th generation of consoles".

Another advancement they're bringing for the controller is the adaptive triggers.

Wired got an exclusive preview of the PS5 controller, and it says the device looks "an terrible lot like the PS4's DualShock 4". It will also be possible to join another player in a game easily, track what games they are playing and more, all from a single page as a part of the refreshed UI.

The PS5 will have a completely revamped user interface, according to Sony, one that will show off far more detailed social features right on the home screen.

Speaking with Famitsu, PlayStation's Japanese arm said that while development in this regard is still on-going, the platform holder has still yet to achieve backwards compatibility with all PS4 games.

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