PlayStation 5 is coming but Sony has just made it official by confirming that the console is on its way and also offered up some additional details on the system.
The console will be backwards compatible with all of the existing PS4 games which is a nice touch, said by the console’s chief architect Mark Cerny.
Sony’s systems have been sporting this feature, on and off, since the days of the PS2 but will make that upgrade decision, at least.
The other big news is that the machine will opt out for a solid state hard drive which will drastically reduce loading times and this will allow developers to all but remove the pauses in between levels which plague so many modern games these days.
The enhancements of CPU and GPU are obviously on the way and PS5 will sport a third-gen AMD Ryzan with eight cores, as well as a custom Radeon Navi.
Also hinted that the console will support ray-tracing, a new graphical feature which is only just hitting top-of-the-line PCs at the moment.-knowyourmobile.com