Sony PlayStation 5 might be coming out in 2020

Console Gaming has a special place in our hearts, especially in our childhood days. When it’s weekend or vacation, we just insert the disk of our favorite games to PS1 like Crash Bandicoot, Syphon Filter, Suikoden series, and other nostalgic games that we still play today to reminisce it to relive our memories. We pray and hope that we will see the PlayStation logo after the boot-up screen. Those are the memories that still live in our hearts and minds. Recently, a piece of leaked information has appeared on the internet wherein Sony will be releasing PS5 next year.

Although Sony will be skipping E3 this year, they might have something up on their sleeves why they are skipping it. Contradicting to what they did at E3 2013, they announced the price of the PS4. When it comes to its hardware according to Mark Cerny of Sony during a Wired interview, the person who is responsible for materializing the PS4, its specs will have a customed 8-core AMD 3600G CPU that will be based on the third generation Ryzen architecture along with the latest Radeon Navi GPU of AMD, a Solid State Drive to deliver faster loadings when gaming. PS5 also comes along with a 3D audio, PSVR, 8K TV Support to experience immersive gaming, and of course its backwards compatibility with PS4 games.

When it comes to its price range, Cerny also noted that he believes that they will be able to release it at a Suggested Retail Price (SRP) that will captivate the hearts of every gamer especially the console gamers but definitely will have a higher price compared to PS4. Upcoming games like Final Fantasy VII Remake, rumor game Grand Theft Auto VI, Death Stranding, and The Last of Us Part 2 might be coming out also to PS5 when all the rumors and leaks are true about its specs and release date.

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I am currently employed but still pursuing my passion for video games through writing. I express my thoughts and comments by writing a game review. I really want to continue and pursue my passion for Writing especially in Video Games. I also love the tech side that is why I am still learning so that I can do hardware or peripheral review.

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