Sony To Finally Talk PS5 System Architecture Tomorrow


After months of silence relating to its subsequent console, Sony will speak about PS5’s system structure in an replace tomorrow.

A tweet from official PlayStation accounts confirms that, at 4pm GMT/9am PT tomorrow, March 18, PS5 lead system architect Mark Cerny will give a rundown on the console’s innards and “the way it will form the way forward for video games.” The replace will likely be dwell on the PlayStation Weblog.

Tomorrow at 4pm GMT / 5pm CET, PS5 lead system architect Mark Cerny supplies a deep dive into PS5’s system structure and the way it will form the way forward for video games.

Watch tomorrow on PlayStation Weblog: https://t.co/lekCBquO2x pic.twitter.com/sjqZLCfCBv

— PlayStation Europe (@PlayStationEU) March 17, 2020

Don’t count on an enormous occasion asserting numerous new particulars surrounding launch data and video games, then. We already know PS5 packs an SSD that can make loading video games a lot quicker, in addition to beefier computing energy for visually richer experiences.

However there’s nonetheless a lot to be taught in regards to the specifics of the PS5, and Microsoft’s Xbox One Collection X has been placing the strain on Sony by being comparatively forthcoming with such data previously few weeks. After all, we’re most involved in what tomorrow’s information will imply for the way forward for VR on PlayStation, however we don’t know if there will likely be any particulars particular to that.

For now, we do know that Sony is prototyping a brand new headset and that the present PSVR will work with PS5. The system is backward appropriate, so it’s possible that your previous PSVR video games can run on PS5 together with your authentic headset.

Final yr Sony stated that PS5 would arrive within the vacation 2020 interval. It stays to be seen, nonetheless, if the continued coronavirus disaster would possibly push the console — and the brand new Xbox — into subsequent yr. Both approach, we’re trying ahead to seeing what the long run holds tomorrow.