But other news has started trickling in regarding what that price point will, and won't include on the PlayStation 5.
Right now it is impossible to predict what studios Sony could be keeping an eye on, but we can't wait to see what they can pull up their sleeves. A Reddit user spotted that the Australian website of Ubisoft indicated that games released on the first through the third generations of PlayStation can not be played on PlayStation 5.
Just like Sony's PlayStation 5, Microsoft's next generation Xbox has also been vibing optimistically for backward compatibility, infact, Xbox X has already been confirmed to support all major games of the previous gen consoles. And don't panic for PlayStation VR lovers, as Sony adds that it "plans to provide content for a wide variety of genres and formats, including the interactive, unique and immersive adventures of virtual reality".
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Djokovic then held at love and again in the ninth game to claim the set from 0-30 when Raonic netted a forehand. The Western & Southern Open is seen as a great way for the US Open participants to get a feel of the hardcourt.
It should be noted that Sony has not shared its own statement on the situation, and therefore, this should be taken with a pinch of salt for the time being. These games have a big part of the PS4's growth as a console, and they're all masterpieces. Sony should actually opt for backwards compatibility, at least till the PS3 for some fantastic titles such as the God of War series which was ported to the console as well.
"Maintaining compatibility presents a massive technical challenge as fundamental system and chip architectures advance across generations".
It was only a year ago, when I moved into my new apartment, that I realized I'd been enjoying an insufficient audio experience whenever I hopped on to play some games. The fundamental growth strategy will be to innovate and evolve the PlayStation Platform.
Regarding the hardware equipment of the PlayStation 5, thanks to the official Sony blog at the moment we know that it has an octa-core x86-64-AMD Ryzen "Zen 2" CPU, on an AMD Radeon RDNA 2 GPU, 16 gigabytes of GDDR6 RAM and an 825-gigabyte solid-state hard drive (SSD).