Outside of performance though, the PS5 aims to continue Sony’s legacy of delivering top-tier exclusives with its roster of upcoming PS5 games. That will include PS5 exclusives and cross-platform titles that are currently confirmed as the upcoming PS5 games, which is currently a very exciting list of titles. Sadly, retailers are still plagued by PS5 restock issues, but, if you’re wondering whether it’s worth tracking one down, we’re here to help.
The PS5 – aka the PlayStation 5 – launched almost a year ago, and since then has gained a lovely little selection of games that really make it worthwhile chasing down Sony’s latest console.
Reports note that Sony is now developing an upgraded model of the PS5 with improved performance to deliver for the 8K gaming segment. The potential version of the next-gen console is expected to be equipped with AMD‘s Embedded G-Series SOC platform, a high-performance, low-power System-on-Chip (SOC) design to provide up to 8K resolution. Along with a CPU powered by the new AMD RDNA and Zen-based 5nm architecture for an enhanced gaming experience.
However, according to a new Bloomberg report, Sony’s development process hasn’t all been smooth sailing. Thanks to manufacturing issues with its system-on-chip, Sony has reportedly had to cut down the number of units ready by the end of December down by four million. It is now planning to build 11 million units by March, which is still a lot more than originally planned but considering the level of hype surrounding the product, it’s not exactly great news.
The PlayStation 4 console generation is officially reaching its end and Sony is preparing its next-generation gaming hardware. Despite accidental leaks and coronavirus related disruptions to the supply chain, the tech company has been dishing out details about the PlayStation 5 including an official release window, new box art designs, specifications, UI, Dualshock 5 controller innovations, and looks on track to deliver on time.