The Japanese manufacturer also takes the opportunity to make a reminder of the main hardware features that had already been mentioned. The PlayStation 5 will then offer 3D audio, adaptive / haptic triggers, an “ultra high speed” SSD, hardware-based ray-tracing and high-definition blu-ray support.
Note, however, the total absence of mention of the 8K, a major argument in the communication of the Xbox Series X. Relatively surprising since Sony regularly put forward 4K compatibility with its PS4 Pro. So we stay on the logo ad and … that’s it.
He adds that with all of these elements, “PlayStation 5 will inspire developers to create expansive worlds with new gaming experiences that will be more immersive than ever in their visuals, sound and sensations.” He also drops a promise to offer “the best content.”
The new information ends here, however. Jim goes on to explain that there is still “a lot to share” and that we will comprehend more “in the months to come”. No appointment for a full presentation, which we would have hoped for here, and we will have to be patient before seeing more on this PlayStation 5.