Sony Might Roll Out the Next Generation PlayStation 5 This Year

If you are addicted to gaming and prefer playing games on gaming consoles than on PC or laptops, then we have some very good news for you. As per some online reports, the Japanese technology giant Sony may announce the next generation Playstation 5 this year.

A report by SemiAccurate has claimed that the Sony PlayStation 5 may arrive as early as May, this year. The report has further claimed that the next generation PlayStation 5 will come with a custom made AMD Zen chipset that is based on the Navi architecture. The chip will also come with some advanced features for a better VR level that will enable game makers to create contents for the VR as well.

However, there is no information regarding the hardware and other features of the upcoming Sony PlayStation 5 console and the company is yet to make any statement about the PlayStation 5. So, there is no way now to confirm the claims of SemiAccurate.

To recall, Sony’s PlayStation is one of the best gaming consoles in the global market right now and it has fierce competition with Microsoft’s Xbox and the Nintendo Switch. To talk about the latest version of the PlayStation series, we have to talk about the Sony PlayStation 4 Pro. Currently priced at Rs 38,990, the PlayStation 4 Pro supports 4K ultra high-resolution gameplay with HDR capabilities as well. The PlayStation 4 Slim, which is a more compact model is currently priced at Rs 27,990 in the Indian market.

Sony has also recently updated some of the games that include The Last of Us Remastered, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, Rachet & Clank, and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare to use the latest hardware support of the PlayStation 4 Pro for better gameplay experience. In addition, the users can also stream 4K video content from Netflix on the PS4 Pro and PS4 Slim.

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