It has been a long time and we have not had a single word about the release of the next Xbox and PlayStation from neither Microsoft nor Sony Interactive Entertainment, right? However, in the meantime, the so-called rumor – ‘might’ be true – has splattered the internet with the reports that propose the next two generation systems are going to be launched in the coming year.
Owing to this fresh ‘leak’ of the report, we might expect some other new information about the PlayStation 5 release date to be revealed on the internet as we go further ahead of 2020. This all chaos happened when an anonymous poster on Pastebin came into the limelight. Notably, Pastebin is a website where users can post and store their online texts for a specific period of time. There is a possibility that a European developer, who claims to be working on an unannounced PlayStation 5 launch title, might be behind this leak. In addition to the PlayStation 5 leaks and prices, the said European developer has also revealed a ton of other inside information that is related to Sony’s next console. Though the source of information is anonymous and we cannot fully trust the information that is leaked on the internet, however; this developer claimed to share the exact release date and launch line up of the Horizon Zero Dawn 2, Sony’s latest PlayStation game.
PlayStation 5 price
If rumors are to be believed, the new PlayStation 5 is going to be launch next year i.e. 2020. The price of PS5 – according to this anonymous developer – will $500 at the time of the launch. This is $100 more costly in excess of PS4 that was of $400 at the time of its launch. Owing to the current price of PlayStation 4, the leaked price of PS5 is likely to be true.
Sony’s new PlayStation is going to be an amazing device considering that it will be backward compatible. PlayStation 5 is going to be supported by AMD hardware yet again. The CPU will be 3rd generation Ryzen, while the GPU is supported AMD’s coming Radeon Navi architecture. The new console will apparently support ray tracing, additionally to new 3D audio technology, which is baked into the CPU architecture itself. Moreover, the premium version of PlayStation Plus will have 2TB storage, will support 8K videos and will have a new controller called the DualShock 5, which will be equipped with a built-in camera as well. Furthermore, the new PlayStation will also be compatible with upgraded versions of VR headsets, thus, making it more exciting for PS game lovers.
While reading this article, users must note the fact that this is an unofficial statement that might not be true. However, it still gives us an idea of what we might expect from the new PlayStation games in the future.