Sony is setting itself a key goal of moving the PS players community from older generations to the PlayStation 5 quickly and efficiently.
The PlayStation 4 generation is considered one of the great successes throughout Sony’s gaming console development with huge sales only behind the leader of the PlayStation 2. And to not miss the momentum of prosperity. In this way, Sony is setting itself the primary goal of moving the PS players community from older generations to the PlayStation 5 quickly and efficiently.
Recently, in an interview with Sony’s new owner, Jim Ryan, he talked about taking advantage of the brand’s existing community power into the next generation of consoles.
It is still unclear how Sony can plan a transition to a new generation of consoles, and whether this will affect the plans to release multi-platform games as mentioned earlier. This is still something that Sony needs to clarify with the community of players. However, Ryan points out that game developers and publishers have all received very positive feedback on the first PS5 development kit.
PS5 promises a major change to a mandatory process before playing the game – that’s the game installation.
It has only been two days that gamers worldwide have been very surprised and excited when Sony announced the launch time as well as a series of special features that will appear on the new generation PS5 console. Besides a host of new features on both the console and the controller, the PS5 also promises to bring a major change to a mandatory pre-game process – that’s the game setting.
Since the information about this console has been revealed, many players are sure that the PS5 will be equipped with a high-performance solid-state drive (SSD) instead of using the HDD as usual. That’s what gamers and developers are excited about, with the ability to work better and more efficiently, PS5 hardware not only helps to speed up boot time but also opens up a lot of memory space. More for the home made can take advantage.