During the CES 2020, Sony unveiled the official logo of PS5 and announced some new details of the next-gen hardware. As expected, the logo looks similar to its predecessor.
CEO/President of Sony Interactive Entertainment, Jim Ryan, took the center stage to confirm the new console and confirms its previously announced features like Ultra HD Blu-Ray, a new controller that supports adaptive triggers and Ultra-High Speed SSD. It also announced that the new hardware will support a hardware-based live Ray Tracing similar to NVIDIA RTX.
He also confirmed some milestones of their PS4 console, it sold over 106 million consoles and 1.15 billion PS4 games worldwide. While the Playstation VR sold 5 million units and it has now 38.8 million PS Plus subscribers.
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