PS5 To Release In 2020 With Two Versions & VR Portability; Here Is What We Know So Far
The highly anticipated PS5 console will release in 2020. It will have two versions with VR portability.
There are recent claims that the upcoming PS5 will be launched in two versions. The version one is called the Core Experience. According to theories, the Core Experience version of the console contains all of the hardware needed to run the games. This version will have a massive hard drive of 50 Terabytes or more. This is just the storage space for standard hard drives. In addition, it will feature a Solid State Drive (SSD) that is quickly outpacing the hard drive technology. According to this theory, it will come with the new controller and all of the equipment needed to play your games in 4K resolution. PS5 Core Experience will probably retail for $500.
The other version of PS5 is dubbed as the Pro Experience. The PS5 Pro Experience will also include several gamer-specific features including the ability to play 4K Blu-rays, Backwards compatibility, and a larger hard drive capacity. It will also come with 4K Blu-rays. This version, furthermore, will add a lot more into the package, but at a higher price. It will also have an optical drive.
Aside from the two versions, when the PS5 releases, consumers will have the option to purchase a pair of glasses that offers both augmented and virtual reality. The augmented reality will enable them to see everything clearly while also connecting them to the smartphone in their pocket through the Bluetooth. This feature can be switched to virtual reality and be connected to your PS5 at home. It is then that you will be able to stream content to your glasses and play games with your friend while they access their own PS5 on their 4K television.
According to PS5plystation5, the upcoming console from Sony will be released on November 15, 2020. The site claims that This release date countdown is based on careful review of historical trends, current news, credible leaks, research, and current gaming data.