Playstation 5 to Feature 4K and VR Support, Xbox Two and PlayStation 5 Expected to Release by 2020!

Rumored specs suggest that PlayStation 5 will have backward compatibility along with a 4K resolution. Current estimates indicate that it will release 7 years after PlayStation 4.

Under the hood, PS5 will be an enhanced version of the PS4 and it will be able to run games in 4K resolution displays. Eurogamer reported that it will support present and next-generation Ultra HD and it will include AMD CPU and GPUs which are semi-customizable.

They will be further integrated into a single processor that is console-friendly. According to Giant Bomb, PlayStation 4K will run on 2.1GHz AMD Jaguar CPU cores along with 8GB of GDDR5. Rumors from Wall Street Journal suggest that it will be fully backward compatible.

The same games which run on PlayStation 4 will also run in the upcoming PlayStation 5 but it will not have its own exclusive games.

All released games will incorporate the same peripheral support and should appear on the same PlayStation Network. Others have reported that Sony’s move to bring out the PlayStation 4.5 is connected to their aim of selling more 4K televisions.

Stay tuned for more updates and info on PlayStation 5!