Last updated on November 9th, 2020 at 09:42 pm
The new PlayStation is gonna be a more than just an upgrade.
Sony has been working on its next-generation gaming platform for at least the last 4 years and Wired Magazine just reported some of the new stats that we’re expecting to see. Here are a few highlights.
More than Just Typical Upgrades
Obviously, with a next-generation system, we can pretty much expect to see the baseline components beefed up to modern standards. This means an 8-core processor, beefy Radeon GPU that can deliver 8k graphics, and more memory. It’ll also have an SSD which should make this thing super fast.
In addition to hardware, the new PlayStation will also have new 3D audio immersive sound and Ray Tracing, a 3D lighting technology used in Hollywood special effects studios that has yet to make it’s way to the video game world.
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