PS5: According to Sony, data is transferred 100 times faster than with the PS4 – Gamesaktuell


from Dominik Zwingmann
According to Sony, the PlayStation 5 will be able to process all data up to 100 times faster than the previous console. The new SSD hard disk of the next-gen console is primarily responsible for this. Sony has already presented the new SSD in detail in the past. The PS5 will be available in stores later this year.

Sony officials spoke again this week about the performance of the PlayStation 5 as part of the corporate strategy meeting. The focus was on the SSD hard drive, which will be introduced in the next-gen console. According to the official documents, data can be transferred up to 100 times faster than was previously possible with the PlayStation 4. Among other things, loading times are much shorter. You can download the Sony document here look at.

The DualSense controller and the new audio technology are also briefly mentioned in the papers. PlayStation fans have been waiting for the next-gen console to be unveiled a few months ago. However, it doesn't seem to be taking too long now. According to Sony boss Kenichiro Yoshida, an "overwhelming game lineup" for the PS5 will soon be presented. Recently, there have been rumors that the PlayStation 5 was unveiled in early June.

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