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Following months of anticipation and suspicion after skipping E3, Sony confirms the PlayStation 5 console is set for a release in 2020 with loads of all-new tech-savvy features.

New details about the PlayStation 5 were revealed this week, but we've yet to hear anything about the next generation of PlayStation VR. In this article, we're going to look at the latest rumours and consider how much the PS5 will cost to buy at launch.

The PlayStation 5 is coming out on Holiday 2020.

The games console will come with a new controller that uses enhanced vibration technology. According to a report from VGC, American directors visited the Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe office on Tuesday, where they announced the restructuring of several departments. The company has launched PlayStation, PS One (redesigned PlayStation), PlayStation 2, PlayStation 2 Slimline, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 3 "Slim" model, "Super Slim" PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 4 Slim and PlayStation 4 Pro.

Simply yesterday Sony shared a bevy of HEARALPUBLICIST 5 information in an intensive interview with Wired.

He said it's all about gaming feeling more realistic, "so crashing into a wall in a race vehicle feels much different than making a tackle on the football field".

"You can even get a sense for a variety of textures when running through fields of grass or plodding through mud". It will also feature a solid-state drive that will increase the loading speeds considerably. However, Cerny also confirmed that PS5's ray tracing will be hardware accelerated which could raise the price of the new console but on the other hand, with dedicated ray-tracing hardware, the fear of any software-level imitations is put to bed. They're adopting haptic feedback for a more tactile experience that will give a realistic feel of the terrain and impacts during game play.

However, what it also means is that the fact that because Sony are clearly struggling to ensure backwards compatibility with PS4 games, that any notion of backwards compatibility with PS3, PS2 and PS1 games in any sort of native fashion is probably a pipe dream at this point.

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