When is Sony going to launch Play Station 5?, with the affordable price,know here what’s new

After a long wait, Sony has confirmed that its next-generation console will be called play station five, and they are going to drop their new creation in time for “Holiday 2020”.

With the launch announcement, the company has announced some of the changes that they are going to make in their latest controller on PS5. Chief among them has revealed that they are replacing current rumble technology that the Sony has been using it since original PlayStation for new haptic feedback technology that it promises will offer a “broader range of feedback.”

With this change, Sony is going to make another significant change, and that is a new technology called adaptive trigger, which will go with the primary R2/L2 triggers on the PS5 controller. According to the Sony developers will be able to program the resistance of the trigger that means that the player can feel the increasing tension when you try to pull back a bow. This new feature looks lil bit similar to new feature, which is the trigger system is going to deliver for a future Xbox.

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Wired got a chance on of hand preview with a prototype PS5 controller. Wired also confirmed that the PS5’s controller will finally be making the jump to USB-C as well as other refinements like a larger battery and improved speakers.

While having an interview with Wired, Sony interactive Entertainment CEO Jim Ryan and PS5 system architect Mark Cerny revealed some of the additional details of the upcoming hardware. Cerny said that There would be a Ray-tracing acceleration in the GPU-hardware.

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The Wired published that the PS5 would use standard 100GB Blu-ray Disc. Previously in an interview, Sony has revealed that the future console is going to offer a Disc drive.

Sony has revealed many details about their new age Play Station 5 controller, but still, there are many details that we didn’t know about. With the new holiday 2020 release date, Sony will also confirm the cost of the new controller.