Blizzard Vice President Mike Ybarra has recently revealed some details on the SSD hard drive of the upcoming PS5 from Sony on the Internet. Accordingly, the performance of the hardware should also exceed the speed of the PC. Sony has spoken in the past about a special method that will be used for its SSD.
A well-known name in the video game industry may have spilled out details about Sony's next-gen console. This is Mike Ybarra, who is currently Vice President and General Manager at Blizzard Entertainment. Previously, he worked for Microsoft as Vice President of Xbox for many years. Here Ybarra may have been involved in the development of the upcoming Xbox Series X.
In the Reddit forum there is now a Screenshot surfaced when the vice president of Blizzard wrote on a social media account about the speed of the PlayStation 5. In detail, it is about the "I / O" (input / output) of the console – in other words, how quickly the system can process the data with the new SSD hard disk. According to Mike Ybarra, the PS5 should outshine everything we've seen for the PC so far. He did not specifically comment on the Xbox Series X.
It is quite likely that the vice president could have a first look at a PS5 devkit at his new employer. System architect Mark Cerny from Sony spoke about the special features of the console's SSD hard drive a few months ago. Accordingly, the company should use a special method that can process data faster than on a PC. When Sony plans to unveil the PlayStation 5 is not yet clear. However, the publication is already planned for the next Christmas business in 2020.
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