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    Sony has broken its silence. PlayStation 5 specifications are now out in the open with system architect Mark Cerny delivering a deep dive presentation into the nature of the new hardware and the ways in which we should expect a true generational leap over PlayStation 4. Digital Foundry had the chance to watch the lecture a couple of days ahead of time and had the opportunity to talk to Cerny in more depth afterwards about the nature of the custom PlayStation hardware and the philosophy behind its design. As you'll appreciate when you see the deep-dive presentation released today, there's a wealth of new information about Sony's next-generation console plans here, and that's before we go really in-depth with the information Mark Cerny shared with us beyond the content of today's presentation. With that in mind, we'll be presenting our content in two chunks. Today, we'll be looking at what we've learned from Sony's video broadcast, and a little further on down the road, we'll go deeper and share even more detail around the central pillars. In summary, however, these are the core details covered today:
    • The technical specifications of PlayStation 5 and its innovative 'boost' approach to core clocks;
    • The features of the PlayStation 5 GPU;
    • How the SSD helps deliver the next-generation dream;
    • How Sony tackles expandable storage;
    • Unprecedented 3D audio fidelity via the Tempest 3D Audio Engine.



    What's exciting about this presentation is that Sony presents a vision for next-gen that recaptures some of the pioneering spirit of its early consoles by delivering state-of-the-art, exotic custom silicon with a razor-sharp focus on taking the gaming experience to the next level. But at the same time, the design embraces the developer-friendly ethos that proved so successful with PlayStation 4. The idea is that developers comfortable with the current generation hardware and can easily get to grips with the basics of PS5 and easily access the extra CPU, GPU and storage features before exploring the new features at their own pace.






    Details will be updated accordingly




    Source:https://www.playstation.com/en-us/explore/ps5/




    https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/d...ext-gen-vision




    Thoughts: Very nice, but there's not much playstation games been attracting me the past few years, I will wait for the reviews.




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