Thursday, November 26, 2020
Home Tech News PS5 backward compatibility with PS4 games, Specifications & price

PS5 backward compatibility with PS4 games, Specifications & price

We were thrilled when Internet detectives revealed that the PS5 was going to be huge – but even their fancy photoshops could not fully comprehend how big the PS5 is.

About half an hour later, Sony revealed the price and release date of the next-generation console ($399 or $4.99 November 12). The company released a complete sample sheet that includes the dimensions of the console. And it’s a monster.

Let me ask you a question. What’s the most prominent and biggest gaming console in modern history? Did you mention the original 2001 Xbox One or the original VCR-sized Xbox One? Maybe 60 GB PS3, dubbed “Phat” with love?

The answer is PS5 is the biggest of them all.

According to Sony, the PS5 is approximately 390 mm (15.4 inches) long, 260 mm (10.24 inches) deep, and 104 mm (4.09 inches) wide, which is why you hear that it Big game console. (I think in terms of PC, it is a matter of 10.5 liters.), the model without a disk drive? The same story, only 12mm thin.

We plugged this number into Compare.com to see how convincing it is that we have been ridiculed for being absolute.

Barely a comparison. The PS5 is so big; you can’t even say that the 3D view throws away its original size. I’m sure you’ll have to go back to the days of gaming machines with built-in CRT televisions, or computers like the Commodore 64, to be much bigger. This box is bigger than the new Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S.

We don’t even need to tell you which console it is. It’s clear. Remember when we were worried about whether the new Xbox would fit in our entertainment centers?

Oh, and I forgot to mention a small turn, which makes it even better: Sony doesn’t include the PS5’s “biggest projection” or optional base, according to its press release.

See those yellow and blue boxes? Now imagine that some of the wings have some of them on top.

If you want to get around them, here’s a 3D look at the seven consoles I’ve plugged in. And if you’re wondering, the PS5 will also weigh 4.5 kilograms or about 10 pounds adding a disk drive brings you to the level of 3.9 kg or 8.6 pounds.

PS5 pretty impressive key Specifications:

CPU
  • x86-64-AMD Ryzen™ “Zen 2”
  • 8 Cores / 16 Threads
  • Variable frequency, up to 3.5 GHz
GPU
  • AMD Radeon™ RDNA 2-based graphics engine
  • Ray Tracing Acceleration
  • Variable frequency, up to 2.23 GHz (10.3 TFLOPS)
System Memory
  • GDDR6 16GB
  • 448GB/s Bandwidth
SSD
  • 825GB
  • 5.5GB/s Read Bandwidth (Raw)
Optical Drive
  • Ultra HD Blu-ray (66G/100G) ~10xCAV
  • BD-ROM (25G/50G) ~8xCAV
  • BD-R/RE (25G/50G) ~8xCAV
  • DVD ~3.2xCLV
PS5 Game Disc
  • Ultra HD Blu-ray, up to 100GB/disc
Video Out
  • HDMI™ OUT port
  • Support of 4K 120Hz TVs, 8K TVs, VRR (specified by HDMI ver.2.1)
Audio
  •  “Tempest” 3D AudioTech
Dimensions
  • PS5: Approx. 390mm x 104mm x 260mm (width x height x depth)
  • (excludes largest projection, excludes Base)
  • PS5 Digital Edition: Approx. 390mm x 92mm x 260mm (width x height x depth)

·         (excludes largest projection, excludes Base)

Weight
  • PS5: 4.5kg
  • PS5 Digital Edition: 3.9kg
Power
  • PS5: 350W
  • PS5 Digital Edition: 340W
Input/Output
  • USB Type-A port (Hi-Speed USB)
  • USB Type-A port (Super-Speed USB 10Gbps) x2
  • USB Type-C® port (Super-Speed USB 10Gbps)
Networking
  • Ethernet (10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, 1000BASE-T)
  • IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax
  • Bluetooth® 5.1

 

DualSense™ Wireless Controller Specifications

Dimensions
  • Approx. 160mm x 66mm x 106mm (excludes largest projection) (width x height x depth)
Weight
  • Approximately 280g
Buttons
  • PS button, Create button, Options button,
  •  Directional buttons (Up/Down/Left/Right), Action buttons (Triangle, Circle, Cross, Square),
  • R1/L1 button,
  • R2/L2 button (with Trigger Effect)
  • Left stick / L3 button, Right stick / R3 button, TouchPad button, MUTE button
TouchPad
  • 2 Point Touch Pad, Capacitive Type, Click Mechanism

 

 

Motion Sensor

 

  • Six-axis motion sensing system (three-axis gyroscope + three-axis accelerometer)
Audio
  • Built-in Microphone Array, Built-in Mono Speaker, Stereo Headset Jack
  • Output : 48kHz/16bit, Input : 24kHz/16bit

Feedback

 

  • Trigger Effect (on R2/L2 button), Vibration (haptic feedback by dual actuators), Indicators (Lightbar / Player indicator / MUTE status)
Ports
  • USB Type-C® port (Hi-Speed USB), Stereo Headset Jack, Charging Terminals
Communication
  • Bluetooth® Ver5.1
  • USB connection (HID, Audio)
Battery
  • Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery, DC 3.65V, 1,560mAh

 

PS5 backward compatible with PS4 games

Sony has publicized the price and release date of the PlayStation 5 ($ 399 for all digital versions, and $ 4.99 for the one with the disk drive, which was released on November 12) and the company’s six launch titles, which will be available at the time of release.

It’s not a massive lineup, and you’re wondering if you can play some PS4 collections on your PS4 on your new PS5 when more games become available – and fortunately, it looks like you have no There will be an opportunity.

The new console is “99%” backward compatible with the PS4 games the company has tested on it so far, Sony PlayStation boss Jim Ryan said in an interview with The Washington Post.

In March, Sony said it believed the “overwhelming majority” of PS4 games would be backward compatible with the PS5, so hearing that “99%” should work on the new console is assuring, if unspecific.

And while Sony hasn’t made a final list of which games will have the backward compatibility. We know that PS5 owners will be able to download and play the classic collection of PS4 games, including God of War, The Last of Us: Performed Again, and Helpless 4: The Elimination of Thieves with only one PlayStation Plus with a subscription.

But even though we don’t know all the details about the PS5’s backward compatibility, the situation is much better than it was before the PS4’s 2013 launch, where you were able to play the PS3 game perfectly.

That hasn’t changed since Sony’s game streaming service, PlayStation Now, launched a year later, but the service only offers a compiled list of PS3 games (and now, PS2 and PS1 games). And PlayStation Now doesn’t allow you to play the PS3, PS2, and PS1 games you already have – you can only qualify for what’s available on the service.

The Xbox One didn’t have any backward compatibility during the 2013 launch. Still, it did add some Xbox game capability in 2015.

It extended it to the original Xbox in 2017 – although in both cases, Microsoft The game had to be played overtime individually on Xbox One. But Microsoft has promised that the upcoming Xbox series X/S will play “thousands” of the original Xbox One, Xbox 360, and Xbox games.

PlayStation 5 release date is confirmed with several upgrades to the new console

- Advertisment -

Most Popular

Tesla recalls about 9,500 Model X and Y vehicles due to manufacturing problems

Tesla has issued recall orders for 9,537 of its autos within the US, together with 9,136 Model Xs from 2016 and 401 Model Ys...

Top 10 Latest Technology Trends for 2021

Today, technology is progressing rapidly, allowing for quicker change and development, causing growth to increase until it eventually becomes exponential. However, not only are...

Top 6 Best OLED TV 2020: Amazing TVs from LG, Sony, and Philips

In today's TV market, the finest OLED TVs are titans. Why wouldn't you want best OLED TV with vibrant, true-to-life colors, outstanding contrast and...

iPhone 12 Mini: a powerful, compact, and reasonably priced

The iPhone 12 mini is the most powerful and compact phone sold by Apple in years. Including the iPad mini and the all-new HomePod...