Sony PlayStation 5 Will Come At The End Of 2019: Japanese Report
For months there have been a number of reports regarding the specs, features, release date, price and release date of the PlayStation 5 (PS5). This time around, we’ve learned that the said gaming console could be introduced at the end of 2019.
It’s Coming Next Year?
According to a new report, spotted and said reliable by T3, from a respected Japanese analytical firm named Ace Securities, believes that the highly anticipated “PS5 will be introduced at the end of 2019”. As you may have noticed, the word “introduced” was used so we believe that Sony could unveil the gaming console, not release it.
On the other hand, if we are to believe that it will indeed be released by the end of 2019, it does make sense. Why? Well, that’s because the PS4 Pro, PS3, and PS2 were released in either November or December of their launch year.
How Accurate Is This Information?
Despite Ace Securities being quite confident with their intel and that they have a history of being accurate, the firm also admits that there could be a possibility that Sony could deviate from the assumed intel. With this, it is best to take the information with a pinch of salt.
Other Recent News
Just recently, a report was made about the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Two “Scarlett” possibly not able to deliver 4K 60fps in all games. The information came from Forge Studios CEO Stefano Pinna where he explains that it will be up to the developer to decide whether he/she wants the game to run at a higher resolution and frame rate on the upcoming gaming consoles.
I think each developer is still going to decide where he wants to put the new power available. You can steer that in higher resolution and fluidity or you can put insane amount of visual fidelity on screen and render it at lower resolution or a bit less fluid… let’s say that a current-gen game, visually astonishing as a Naughty Dog game can be, would probably run 4K/60 FPS with new amazing tech features added… if you want more visual fidelity than that, we are going to lose either FPS or resolution.
Two weeks ago, we learned from Windows Central writer Jez Corden on his Twitter account that Sony is working on a game-changing new update for the PlayStation Network (PSN) in time for the PS5’s release date. Although he didn’t really specify if he did mention the word “cloud” which made some reports speculate that it could probably be related to cloud-gaming in some way or another.
Heard a few rumors Sony might be working on a big infrastructure/platform update for PSN in time for PS5. They're not resting on their laurels when it comes to cloud it seems.
— jez (@JezCorden) September 13, 2018
So, do you think the PlayStation 5 will be released at the end of 2019? Or will it just be unveiled? Or will we have to wait until 2020 or 2021? Do tell us in the comment section below.