Although a lot of the details were only implied, Cerny was quite specific about some of the tech specs, revealing that the console would render up to 8K resolution, use ray-tracing (the current next big thing in PC graphics), and have 3D audio.
The new console uses an 8-core AMD Ryzen, part of AMD’s Navi line, and a customised version of Radeon’s recent 7nm AMD Zen 2.
Also confirmed is a solid-state drive (SSD) with higher bandwidth than anything currently available for PC, so hopefully you’ll be able to say goodbye to load times.
As previously announced, Sony won’t be at E3 in June this year and Cerny has warned not to expect more information from any separate Sony event at the same time.
If things follow the same timetable as for the PlayStation 4 then you can probably expect a full reveal in spring next year and a release just prior to Christmas.
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