The PlayStation 5 is drawing closer and closer, with Sony’s next-generation console set to launch in the coming 12 months. Now, Sony has finally unveiled exactly what is under the hood of its new hardware, showing that it’s ready and willing to go up against the competition.
PlayStation lifted the lid on some of the biggest PS5 features and specs, including 10.28 TFLOPs GPU power, support for ray tracing, and a custom 825GB SSD to all but eliminate loading screens. The PS5 will also feature an NVMe SSD Slot, giving you the option to upgrade your storage capacity with open-market M.2 SSDs.
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