Sony PlayStation 5: Release Date, Games, Rumors, Price, Specs :- The most awaited next-gen gaming console by Sony is going to be called the PlayStation 5 as well as it is going to launch at the end of 2020.
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Earlier this, it was assumed that the Sony’s next-gen gaming console is going to be called PlayStation 5 and now it is being confirmed. For enjoying the experience of PlayStation 5, you have to wait at the end of 2020.
As per to the reports of Engadget, the Sony PlayStation 5 is going to come with a new controller that will come with a haptic feedback feature which is going to offer a range of rumbles so refined that it is going to be possible to feel the difference between walking through fields of grass as well as plodding through mud.
Sony is talking up a new haptic feedback feature which is going to replace the typical ‘rumble’ effect that are found in the PlayStation’s controller for decades. However, it sounds more like the high-level rumble features that Nintendo had earlier brought on board with the Switch, but then never quite found a place for. Adaptive triggers on the other hand are another major update and are going to come to the L2 and R2 buttons.
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On the other hand, PS5 controller shakes is going to offer a wider range of rumbles, as well as the company is going so far as to claim a sense of touch so sophisticated, that you can actually feel the difference in the middle of walking through fields of grass and plodding through mud.
The prototype controller itself, seemingly, still looks a lot more than the PS4’s DualShock 4. It is apparently going to be charged through USB-C too.
PlayStation 5 Specs
Talking about the specifications, the PS5 is going to have ray-tracing techniques through GPU hardware, speedy SSD drive, USB-C support, updated L2 as well as R2 buttons, along with 100GB Blu-ray discs.