Sony just revealed its PS5 console
The long-awaited PS5 console has finally been unveiled and it’s drastically trending on Social Media with over 32k Twitter users specially tweeting about the PS5.
Sony recently gave viewers a look at the new PlayStation 5 console. The company revealed the upcoming PS5 at its live event next to the new DualSense controller. The new PS5, which was also pictured laying on its side, has a white with a black finish and blue highlights. Sony also unveiled other accessories like an HD camera, controller charging station media remote, and Pulse 3D wireless headset. It is not clear at the moment if these accessories will be sold with the console or as optional add-ons.
The next-gen console comes in two versions: a standard model with a Blu-ray drive and a slimmer digital machine that’s discless, it relies entirely on downloads and streaming. PS5 uses a solid-state drive (SSD), as opposed to a hard drive like previous PlayStations, and game discs will support a capacity of up to 825GB.
Though prices and release dates are not yet given, it’s rumored that release time is around 2021 but Sony CEO Jim Ryan said the company planned to launch later this year.
The company discussed and revealed new games for the new console. New teasers were also released with like a sequel to Spider-Man, Resident Evil 8, and Horizon Forbidden West & Assasins Creed. The launch of the PS5 was delayed due to global protests erupted in response to the killing of George Floyd, while in police custody.
The controller features adaptive triggers, haptic feedback, and a new create button that’s designed to share gameplay content. Like the company’s DualShock controllers, the D-pad and buttons will remain on the top half of the controller while its two analog sticks will be on the bottom. The DualSense will also have a center-mounted touchpad and a redesigned light bar that sits on each side of the touchpad. Also, Ubisoft has hinted that Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is headed to the PlayStation 5 in the coming long holiday.
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