AMD hinted today at the Financial Analyst Conference that both Sony’s PS5 and Microsoft’s Xbox Series X will feature RDNA2-based GPUs for hardware-grade light-chasing support. In addition to the good news, Rick Bergman, executive vice president of computing and graphics at AMD, confirmed that the next generation of hosts is on track.
In other words, the PS5 and Xbox Series X will be available before Christmas this year as scheduled. However, the executive also left little room “unless the outbreak develops beyond awareness in the future”.
In addition, AMD said in the PPT that the console sector and Sony, Microsoft has worked together for more than 10 years, this generation of PS4 series, Xbox One series cumulative sales of more than 150 million units.
Earlier, IHS analyst Piers Harding-Rolls said the new generation of consoles planned to start production and yield climb from the second quarter, if the outbreak caused manufacturing plant workers to be not in place, production lines can not be moved, it may affect the availability, thus disrupting the pace of Sony, Microsoft is scheduled to launch in November.
Two employees at Microsoft’s Washington office have been quarantined after contracting the new corona virus, Microsoft said today.