Sony recently unveiled the NEXT-generation host PS5 LOGO, causing a wave around the world, but Sony did not release more details about the next-generation host PS5. Today (January 9), according tomedia outlet Gematsu, Sony’s chief executive Jim Ryan said he told Japanese media Business Insider that the PS5 has some unique elements that have not yet been announced.
While Sony has yet to publicly showcase its next-generation console, the PS5, it has previously identified some flagship features, including ultra-high-speed SSDand and new handle haptic feedback. According to Jim Ryan, chief executive of Sony Mutual Entertainment, the introduction of these unique elements in the PS5 is just as important as adding hardware capabilities to new consoles.
“Every time a new console is released, it’s going to be an improvement in processors and game quality, which is certainly attractive, but we also need to be more attractive,” says Jim Ryan. Currently, we have confirmed the use of ultra-high-speed SSDs, and the game load time of almost 0 is a major change for PS5. 3D audio and handle haptic feedback are also features of the PS5, and players will be surprised by these huge changes when they try. “
Jim Ryan added that playing racing games with PS5 handles, such as GT Sport, was a “completely different experience,” saying: “While it’s nice to play a racing game with a PS4 handle, when you feel the details of the road surface in the game through the handle touch experience, and after you’ve played with an adaptive trigger, I’ll never go back.
But you know. The PS5 has many more unique elements that are different from its predecessors, and these ‘greater differences’ have not yet been announced. “
Sony’s next-generation console, the PS5, will be available during the off-season in late 2020.