At CES 2020, Sony presented the new logo of the PlayStation 5, but still remained guilty of details about the platform. A lot has already been brought to light by insiders, but the most important new features are actually not yet known.
After several leaks, Sony officially announced the PS5 last year and has now followed the official logo at CES 2020 in Las Vegas. The company initially remained guilty of technical details, the design, the release date or the price.
Many details about the PS5 are still supposed to be known – above all because of the leaks from inside circles, but also through information bites from Sony itself. An extremely fast SSD should ensure that there are virtually no charging times. There is also talk of the PS5 being backward-compatible with all previous PlayStation generations and reportedly even improving previous titles and making them more contemporary.
Some of these features are still pending confirmation, but even if they prove to be true, the key features of the PS5 are still unknown. At least that's what CEO Jim Ryan says in an interview with the Japanese Bussiness Insider,
In this, Ryan discusses, among other things, the first confirmed features such as the fast SSD, 3D sound or the new haptic feedback of the DualShock 5 controllers. Above all, the latter, according to Ryan, should ensure such a more advanced gaming experience in well-known games for Gran Turismo Sport that no player wants to return to a DualShock 4. However, the real features that should motivate you to buy the PS5 are still pending.
"Every time a new console is released, the processor and graphics improve. Of course this is tempting, but of course we also have to offer special incentives. We have already confirmed the use of an SSD. Almost no load times, is a huge innovation.3D audio and the haptic feedback of the controller are also things that you will be surprised at how big the changes will be if you try them out […] But you know what: there are still more unique elements of the PlayStation 5 that distinguish it from the previous consoles. The 'bigger differences' are yet to be announced, "said Ryan.
It remains to be seen which features are actually meant. Since the above-mentioned downward compatibility with all PlayStation generations including improvements to the respective titles has not yet been officially announced, this could be one of these features.