Sony mostra un video di confronto tra il caricamento di Spider-Man su PS4 Pro e “PS5”

Sony Corporation ha tenuto nelle scorse ore un evento in cui ha potuto mostrare, anche se in minima parte, quelle che sono le potenziali della sua console di prossima generazione.

Nel video che potete trovare nel tweet allegato a questa news, infatti, vengono messi a confronto i tempi di caricamento di PlayStation 4 Pro e della fantomatica “PlayStation 5” con Spider-Man, esclusiva dell’attuale ammiraglia di Sony sviluppata da Insomniac Games.

Il salto prestazionale, ovviamente, è notevole visto che la nuova console di Sony promette veramente faville anche se, chiaramente, stiamo parlando di prestazioni su un gioco di questa generazione:

Ecco alcune informazioni svelate durante l’evento ricordandovi che PlayStation 5 non vedrà la luce prima di aprile 2020.

  • The two keywords for the future direction of PlayStation are “immersive” and “seamless.”
    • Next-generation console: “Immersive” experience created by dramatically increased graphics rendering speeds, achieved through the employment of further improved computational power and a customized ultra-fast, broadband SSD.
    • PlayStation streaming: Through the evolution of “Remote Play” and “PlayStation Now,” provide a seamless game experience anytime, anywhere.
      • Remote Play: Turns PlayStation 4 (PS4), which is expected to reach 100 million units in cumulative sales this calendar year, into a streaming game server, providing streaming content at the closest point to users.
  • PlayStation Now: Provides immersive game experiences to users regardless of whether they own a PS4 console at all.
    Sony will pursue its mission to make PlayStation “The Best Place to Play” by leveraging the latest computing, streaming, cloud, and 5G technologies, together with excellent content.

    • As part of these efforts, Sony agreed to a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Microsoft Corp. (Microsoft) to collaborate on the development of cloud solutions, including game streaming services.

SIE Believes in Generations

  • We will harness the power of new technology to offer completely transformative and immersive gaming experiences.
  • We will leverage Backwards Compatibility to transition our community to Next Gen faster and more seamlessly than ever before.
  • We provide stability of environment for content creators.

Next-Generation

What we have said so far:

  • All-new CPU, GPU
  • SSD
  • Backwards compatibility
  • Ray-tracing
  • 8K support
  • Disc support
  • 3D audio

What we have not spoken about yet:

  • Release date
  • Price
  • Games
  • User experience
  • Country rollout

The Critical Role of PlayStation 4

  • Will remain the engine of engagement and profitability for the next three years.
  • Will provide the fertile early adopter gamer base critical for next-generation success.
  • Outstanding roster of exclusive AAA games still to come (The Last of Us Part II, Death Stranding, Ghost of Tsushima).

SIE Believes in Gamer Choice

Mainstream Business Model:

  • PS1 and PS2: CD / DVD
  • PS3 and PS4: Blu-ray + Download
  • Next-Generation: Blu-ray + Download + Streaming

Role of Streaming in Next-Generation

Our vision: A massively enhanced PlayStation community where enriched and shared PlayStation experiences can be seamlessly enjoyed independent of time and place – with or without a console.

Using Partnerships to Achieve Scale

  • We will leverage existing and new partnerships to achieve growth and scale faster than ever before.
  • This follows the model successfully followed in growing our PlayStation Network business.

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Giorgio Tiretti
Author: Giorgio Tiretti View all posts by
Gamer ma soprattutto Retrogamer di professione. Nasco videoludicamente all'età di 3 con il NES in bundle con Super Mario Bros e Duck Hunt. Amo anche Musica, Anime e Fumetti (sia orientali che occidentali), Film e Telefilm.
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