Sony removed PS5 release date info from its official site
Sony already postponed the date of the presentation of games for the PlayStation 5 because of the protests in the US, and now they have removed release date information from their website. Protests raging throughout the United States, provoked by the murder of George Floyd by the police, have had no less impact on gaming company plans than the COVID-19 pandemic.
But now, apparently, the company’s not at all sure whether it is worth releasing the device to the market this year.
Why we are writing this is because Sony removed the release date of PS5 from the official PlayStation website suddenly and “out of the blue”. The website previously stated that the console was going to be out at the of this year.
The company did not comment on this in any way, so it is completely unclear how to interpret the change: Either the release will really be postponed to next year, or Sony decided to play it safe and watch the situation.
Be that as it may, now you can safely begin to doubt that the next generation of video games will really come in 2020.
PlayStation 5, when released, is expected to have the following specs and features.
- Zen 2 CPU with eight cores and sixteen threads at a maximum of 3.5 GHz. High IPC.
- Radeon RDNA 2 GPU with ray tracing and 2,304 shaders, 144 texturing units and 64 raster units at a maximum of 2.23 GHz (10.29 TFLOPs).
- 16 GB of unified GDDR6 memory with a bandwidth of 448 GB / s.
- 3D sound (Tempest chip).
- High-performance SSD with 825 GB of capacity and a speed of up to 5.5 GB / s.
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