PS5 Coming Holiday 2020, More Hardware Details Revealed – IGN Now


Sony officially announced the release window for the PlayStation 5, along with some interesting hardware details. No more rumble, but there will be more precise haptic feedback.


  1. And it's backwards compatible…..right???? Cause I don't wanna get last of us 2, cyberpunk, and final fantasy remake on ps4 to just have to buy them again on the ps5, as i suspect theyll release on that aswell

  2. i didn't hear anything i was lost in his eyes movements.. ๐Ÿ‘€๐Ÿ‘€๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘€๐Ÿ‘€๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

  3. Ghosts of Tsushima lol. The gameplay we've seen is the PS5 version for sure. There will be a PS4 version… but just like they made us think Watchdogs was a PS3 game and later we discovered it was on both PS3 and PS4 so it will be with Ghosts of Tsushima.

  4. So they copying what Xbox elite controller have doing for years with trigger and rumble. Halo MCC can let download only sp or mp of certain Halo games. Once again Sony is copying Xbox.

  5. i literally bought the nintendo switch yesterday, i own a ps4 and a switch, but i'm not joking here, i'll sell my switch next year and reserve some money for the ps5

  6. Theyre going to stop celling cds BUT. They have a ssd flash drive for games now. So when u go buy a game. Youll get a little ssd cartridge? Thatd b cool af.

  7. Was reeeeaaaaalllllllyyyyy hoping for more Ghost of Tsushima news from the thumbnail… will be spared my Ghostly wrath…..for now. Otherwise, wow PS5 next year, I'm excited!

  8. Now that drive capacity is as important as ever, with games being larger than 80GB– being able to selectively download parts of a game for use is a fantastic direction. This could go beyond separating single and multiplayer file content. Imagine if a game downloads what you need to progress to the next level, and deletes the areas you've cleared. Estimating your bandwidth speed to give you the content you need when the time comes, and removing what you've already played to effectively reduce the amount of data used in your storage by a large percentage. That is the future of data management I want to see. And with this, we're taking another step towards that progressive standard.


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