So gamers all around the world were happy to hear the confirmation given by Sony that the new PlayStation 5 shall be launching this year and its been revealed that the launch will take place somewhere in Fall this year and the Japanese company have now also opened the modern-generation console’s official website.
The dedicated webpage does not feature any real details as yet about the what the PS5 has in stored when it does eventually launch, so you shouldn’t expect to learn more information about the system from it just yet. However, the website does offer you a sign-up for a newsletter and a small promise of announcements which are to come and this includes those concerning some of the major unanswered questions which include the system’s exact release date and price.
“We’ve begun to share some of the incredible features you can expect from PlayStation 5, but we’re not quite ready to fully unveil the next generation of PlayStation,” the page reads. “Sign up below to be among the first to receive updates as we announce them, including news on the PS5 release date, PS5 price and the upcoming roster of PS5 launch games.”
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Only recently the Japenese company revealed to their user base the new and modern logo of the newest edition to the PS family, at the Consumer Electronics Show. In addition to things, we have also got hold of a number of different technicalities of the new console this includes the addition of a solid-state drive and it has also been revealed that the hardware of the new console will be able to support 4K and ray-tracing, and the new controller will use haptic feedback and “adaptive triggers” which gives allowance to developers to adjust the tension for different in-game actions.
We are still not quite sure as to when we shall hear more about the PS5, but if it is anything like the previous model, the PlayStation 4 rollout, Sony are likely to host a dedicated PlayStation Meeting event to unveil it. We are already aware that Sony are going to skip the E3 again so it’s clear the company will not be launching the console there. Sony also recently explained that it hasn’t decided on a price specific for the upcoming device, however they shall soon reveal all.