• PlayStation 5 Release Date Confirmed For Holiday 2020, Plus Other Crucial Details

    7 days ago - By Tech Times

    The PlayStation 5 is launching holiday 2020. Here's everything else we know, from the DualShock 5 controller, GPU improvements, SSD storage, and other details about the next-generation console.
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  • PS5 VR could happen as 'PSVR 2' patent emerges

    PS5 VR could happen as 'PSVR 2' patent emerges

    7 days ago - By N4G

    A Sony patent for a PS5 VR headset has gone public, showing us what plans they may have in store for a PSVR 2 device that would likely work with the PlayStation 5.
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  • PS5 Vs. Xbox Scarlett: Major Differences, Specs, Games, Backwards Compatibility, And More

    7 days ago - By GameSpot

    Now that Sony has officially announced the PlayStation 5 and confirmed more of the next-gen console's specs, we can begin diving into the differences and similarities between the next-gen Xbox and PlayStation. Granted, we don't have enough to give a just comparison between Project Scarlett and the PS5, but we can at least start with what Microsoft and Sony have already given us. In the following article, we dive into the differences and similarities between Microsoft and Sony's respective next-gen consoles. Though both companies have been keeping details close to the chest, they have...
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  • Sony PlayStation 5 vs. Microsoft Project Scarlett: Next-gen console showdown - CNET

    7 days ago - By CNET

    The next generation of game consoles are coming into focus. Will it be a fair fight?
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  • Next-gen PlayStation VR headset for PS5 might have just leaked

    Next-gen PlayStation VR headset for PS5 might have just leaked

    7 days ago - By TheBoyGeniusReport

    Just hours after Sony announced the final name and release window for the PlayStation 5, LetsGoDigital unearthed a patent filing for what might be the next PlayStation VR headset. You may remember LetsGoDigital as the site that first publicized the PS5 dev kit patent, which, based on Wired's recent report , is an accurate representation of the device that developers are receiving. As for this patent, it was just made public this week .
    Images in the filing show a familiar-looking head-mounted display, but with a few key changes. For one, there are four cameras in all - two on the front of...
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  • IGN Reader's Most Anticipated PS5 Feature Is One Sony's Been Missing

    IGN Reader's Most Anticipated PS5 Feature Is One Sony's Been Missing

    7 days ago - By IGN

    With the recent details and release window announcement from Sony on the upcoming PlayStation 5 , we asked the IGN community which confirmed feature you are most looking forward to with the Sony's next-gen console.
    20,000 of you answered within 24 hours, with Backwards Compatibility pulling strong in first place, and Adaptive Triggers nearly tying with 4k Blu-ray in last place.
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  • PlayStation 5 might get a PSVR headset of its own

    PlayStation 5 might get a PSVR headset of its own

    7 days ago - By SlashGear

    Yesterday, Sony confirmed a lot of new details about the PlayStation 5, perhaps most importantly stating that the console will be out in time for the holiday 2020 season. While Sony has been mostly quiet on its plans for VR in the future, it looks like the PlayStation 5 might have an accompanying next-generation PSVR coming along with it. So...
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  • Sony says it's still figuring out PlayStation 5 backward compatibility details

    Sony says it's still figuring out PlayStation 5 backward compatibility details

    7 days ago - By MobileSyrup

    Sony says it's still figuring out how backward compatibility will work on the PlayStation 5. Speaking to Famitsu , a PlayStation spokesperson asked fans to wait for further details as it works the finer details. “Currently, the dev team is putting all power on verifying whether they can secure complete compatibility. Please wait for more information,” Sony told Famitsu , as translated by Twitter user 黒凧 BlackKite. In April, Sony confirmed that the PlayStation 5 will feature backward compatibility with PlayStation 4 , although it didn't reveal any specifics. For context, the PlayStation 4...
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