Sony reveals specifications of PlayStation 5 at a virtual keynote

Sony has finally released the specifications of its much-awaited next-gen console, PlayStation 5. The company released new details about the console at a virtual keynote for Game Developers Conference 2020, where Sony’s lead system architect Mark Cerny spoke at length about all the new features coming to the console. “Today we’re proud to unveil more details behind the technical and hardware components that make PlayStation 5 such an innovative and powerful platform – the ultra-high-speed SSD, integrated custom I/O system, custom AMD GPU with ray tracing, and highly immersive 3D audio. With these capabilities, PS5 will allow developers to maximize their creativity, building expansive worlds and new play experiences in the games they design,” says the official post.
The presentation from  PS5 lead system architect Mark Cerny, dives deep into the hardware system’s architecture and how they have designed PS5 to benefit developers and the games they create.So At the keynote for developers, the company also ran through the complete spec sheet of the upcoming console. The new console will support 3D audio and nearly 100 PS4 games — a number that the company promises will be added to as it continues testing more titles from the 4000+ game strong library of the PS4.”Visuals are of course imperative to the gaming experience, but we believe audio plays a crucial role as well. We wanted to deliver a compelling audio experience for all users, not just those who own high-end speaker systems. So we designed and built a custom engine for 3D audio that is equipped with the power and efficiency for ideal audio rendering. With 3D audio on PS5, the sounds you hear while playing will offer a greater sense of presence and locality. You’ll be able to hear raindrops hitting different surfaces all around you, and you can hear and precisely locate where an enemy is lurking behind you,”says the post Here are some of  the specifications :