Sony has a new console in the works in the form of the PlayStation 5. As it stands, no one really knows what the console actually looks like, and even though we’ve come across various leaks, Sony has yet to officially confirm any of them. However, the company is peeling back the layers bit by bit, starting with the controller.
When it comes to choosing a console, different players have different needs from their gaming devices. If you’re in the camp that just loves pure power and being able to play the best-looking games possible, then you might want to consider Microsoft’s Xbox Series X as your next gaming console.
While everyone’s waiting for the PS5 launch, it looks like Sony is struggling with the pricing for its PS5 due to costly parts, reports Bloomberg.To compare it with its previous version, the PS4 had a retail price of $399.If you take things into perspective for the current situation, you can get a PS4 Pro (the high-end offering) for under $400.Even though we consider the potential specifications (upgraded) for the PS5 […]
Sony’s much anticipated PlayStation 5 is going to launch soon enough.Even though we’ve had rumors to talk about it earlier – now, we have an official website (or a webpage) for the PlayStation 5.They haven’t officially revealed it or mentioned it as of yet. However, some Redditors originally spotted the German and UK version of the webpage.While we reported this – we were able to find the English version of […]
Both Microsoft and Sony are expected to launch their next-gen consoles soon. With the previous-gen consoles, Sony very handily and easily took the lead, which we imagine was in part due to Microsoft pricing themselves out of the market at the start, allowing Sony to gain a substantial lead over the competition.
Both Microsoft and Sony have confirmed the existence of their next-gen consoles, which means that the console wars are about to start anew. So, which platform will dominate this round? The previous round saw Sony lead the way by a considerable margin, but could Microsoft’s Xbox Series X take the lead this time?
When Microsoft first announced the Xbox One, many were taken aback when the company revealed that the console would cost more than its rival, the PS4. However, Microsoft had attempted to justify it by bundling the Kinect accessory with it, but ultimately, the company reduced the price.
So Sony just announced and confirmed the Sony PlayStation 5’s release date for the holiday season of 2020. The problem with upgrading consoles is that it means that older games on previous gen consoles would be obsolete, or at least that was a problem in the past. What Microsoft has done was introduce backwards compatibility, and now it looks like Sony is following in their footsteps.
So we’ve known for a while that Sony is working on their next-gen PlayStation console, so the question is when will the console be released? This is important as some gamers who have yet to hop on board the PS4 bandwagon might instead choose to hold out for the PS5 instead of buying the current-gen console.
A lot of the things we use in our homes these days are powered by electricity, and when you add that all up, it basically means that a ton of energy gets used. Multiply that by the entire country and we’re looking at an insane amount of energy that is being used and demanded on a daily basis.
Due to the ongoing trade war with China, the Office of the United States Trade Representative has published a list of goods categories that could be considered for new tariffs, which could be in amounts as high as 25%. These tariffs are expected to be applied to goods imported from China, which will cover “video game consoles and machines”.
With Sony confirming that the PS5 is in development, many are no doubt wondering what this means for games that have yet to be launched. For example, titles such as The Last of Us 2 and Death Stranding are some of the more highly-anticipated titles to launch on the PlayStation, but due to the fact that they haven’t been released, some have speculated that Sony could be “saving” them for […]
Just last week, Sony effectively confirmed that they are working on their next-gen PlayStation console in the PS5. If you thought that this meant that the console was close to launch, think again because according to Wall Street Journal reporter, Takashi Mochizuki, that will not happen anytime soon.
It was clear that one of the reasons why the Sony PS4 managed to have such a huge lead on Microsoft’s Xbox One at the start was due to pricing. Microsoft had priced their console a good $100 more and justified it by including the Kinect accessory, which while appreciated, felt unnecessary.