PlayStation 5 Has Top-Notch Technology
The CPU for the PS5 is set to be based on AMD’s Ryzen line and will run new ray-tracing graphics while physical games will be on 100-GB optical discs. This can boast a high-tech solid-state drive or SSD, which can eliminate the need for data duplication. In turn, it can also lower graphic load time.
The SSD will also make the raw read speed faster than a hard drive, while also saving crucial space. This top-notch technology of the PlayStation 5 will mean that the price is going to be a bit high. The PS4 debuted at $400 while the PS5 is set to retail at $499 — which is significantly lower than the rumors earlier in the year, which were at an astronomical $800.
Games for the PS5
Like many other gaming consoles, the games that can be played on each console must be specific. For instance, you might not be able to play a PS4 game on a PS5 console. This means that gamers are wondering what games will be available for the new PlayStation 5 on release day.
The good news is that Sony isn’t going to make gamers wait too long to get their hands on some of their favorite games. They’ll have a few games that will be available to play on the day of the release.
Some of the free titles include:
– Mortal Kombat X
– God of War
– Resident Evil 7
– Final Fantasy XV
– Persona 5
New games that can be added to any gamer’s collection include:
1. Destruction All-Stars
2. Godfall, Sackboy: A Big Adventure
3. Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition
4. Astro’s Playroom (preloaded game)
5. Spider-Man: Miles Morales
6. Demon’s Souls (a remake)
With the PlayStation 5 console itself being a hefty $499, the games aren’t going to be so cheap either. Sony is expected to raise its prices for games to $69.99. However, most of the PS5 games should stay between $49.99 and $69.99.
Gamers can expect more games to be released for the PlayStation 5 in the coming months after the release of the console.