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PS5 could kickstart a dream generation, if Sony’s first-party studios are there at launch to support it

Did you think 2020 was the year of the rat? Think again. The Chinese zodiac is far behind: it’s the year of the PlayStation 5. The PS4 Pro was a great 4K break range, but prepare for a big breakthrough when Sony’s new console launches this winter. There should be no half measures this time around: the PS5 will be the real next-gen deal.

As we write this, there’s no doubt that new PS5 details and rumors are circulating the internet – maybe Sony even showed us the hardware. But as we await the reveal of the PS5 in the coming weeks, we can make some educated speculations here and now.

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What about the sequel to Joel and Ellie? One of the last heavyweights of the generation arrives on PS5? PS4’s The Last Of Us: Remastered suggests so – don’t be surprised if the PS5 version of TLOU Part 2 delivers 4K/60fps Clicker carnage. Likewise, we’d expect Ghost Of Tsushima to get a nice PS5 upgrade.

It’s unclear if you’ll have to pay for these next-gen versions if you already own the PS4 versions, but we really hope Sony offers a free upgrade path via digital downloads. Could the PS5 even pack a graphics booster for next-gen games, similar to the PS2’s polygon smoothing feature or the PS4 Pro’s Boost mode? It shows that it could be history.

While we’re very excited about the future in the form of the PS5, there’s also a hopeful prospect for how the supercharged console could tap into PlayStation’s past. Recent rumors suggest that the PS5 will be able to play games spanning all generations of PlayStation, from PS1 to PS4. It’s unclear whether this will be achieved via disc updates and patches or a cloud-based solution via PS Now, but whether the PS5 can provide retrospective capability spanning four generations of PlayStation, both present and past. . It’s a dream as of this writing, but there’s hope here.

With specs revolving around the PS4 Pro, a new DualShock to look forward to, amazing dedicated IPs that only Sony studios can create, and rumored backward compatible features, we’re ready to rock, we’re so excited. The next-gen future begins with the PS5, and the future is almost here.

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PS5 could kickstart a dream generation, if Sony’s first-party studios are there at launch to support it

Thought 2020 was Year Of The Rat? Think again. The Chinese Zodiac is way off: this is the year of PlayStation 5. PS4 Pro was a brilliant 4K stop-gap, but when Sony’s new console launches this winter, get ready for one hell of a leap forward. There shouldn’t be any half measures this time out: PS5 will be the next-gen real deal.
As we write this no doubt new PS5 details and rumours have circulated online – perhaps Sony has even shown us the hardware. But while we wait for PS5 to be revealed in the coming weeks, we can make some informed speculation in the here and now. 
Save up to 49% on Official PlayStation Magazine subscriptions
All eyes on the next-generation

Top dog

What about Joel and Ellie’s sequel? Will one of the last heavy hitters of the generation come to PS5? PS4’s The Last Of Us: Remastered suggests so – don’t be surprised if a PS5 version of TLOU Part 2 delivers 4K/60fps Clicker carnage. Similarly, we’d expect Ghost Of Tsushima to get a handsome PS5 upgrade. 
Whether you’ll have to pay for these next-gen editions if you already own the PS4 versions remains to be seen, but we really hope Sony offers a free upgrade path by way of digital downloads. Could PS5 even pack in a graphics enhancer for last-gen titles similar to PS2’s polygon-smoothing feature or PS4 Pro’s Boost mode? History suggests it may. 
While we’re hugely excited by the PS5-shaped future, there’s also the tantalising prospect of how the supercharged console could tap into PlayStation’s past. Recent rumours suggest PS5 could play games spanning every generation of PlayStation, from PS1 to PS4. Whether this can be achieved through disc updates and patches or a cloud-based solution via PS Now remains to be seen, but if PS5 is able to provide backwards capability covering four generations of PlayStation, it would be the ultimate console for both the present and the past. It’s a dream at the time of writing, but here’s hoping. 
With tech specs that run rings around PS4 Pro, a new DualShock to look forward to, killer exclusive IPs only Sony studios can make, and rumoured back- compatible features, we’re about ready to keel over we’re so excited. The next-gen future starts with PS5, and the future is almost here.
To read more about PS5 and the hottest upcoming PS4 games, check out the latest Official PlayStation Magazine subscription offers.

#PS5 #kickstart #dream #generation #Sonys #firstparty #studios #launch #support

PS5 could kickstart a dream generation, if Sony’s first-party studios are there at launch to support it

Thought 2020 was Year Of The Rat? Think again. The Chinese Zodiac is way off: this is the year of PlayStation 5. PS4 Pro was a brilliant 4K stop-gap, but when Sony’s new console launches this winter, get ready for one hell of a leap forward. There shouldn’t be any half measures this time out: PS5 will be the next-gen real deal.
As we write this no doubt new PS5 details and rumours have circulated online – perhaps Sony has even shown us the hardware. But while we wait for PS5 to be revealed in the coming weeks, we can make some informed speculation in the here and now. 
Save up to 49% on Official PlayStation Magazine subscriptions
All eyes on the next-generation

Top dog

What about Joel and Ellie’s sequel? Will one of the last heavy hitters of the generation come to PS5? PS4’s The Last Of Us: Remastered suggests so – don’t be surprised if a PS5 version of TLOU Part 2 delivers 4K/60fps Clicker carnage. Similarly, we’d expect Ghost Of Tsushima to get a handsome PS5 upgrade. 
Whether you’ll have to pay for these next-gen editions if you already own the PS4 versions remains to be seen, but we really hope Sony offers a free upgrade path by way of digital downloads. Could PS5 even pack in a graphics enhancer for last-gen titles similar to PS2’s polygon-smoothing feature or PS4 Pro’s Boost mode? History suggests it may. 
While we’re hugely excited by the PS5-shaped future, there’s also the tantalising prospect of how the supercharged console could tap into PlayStation’s past. Recent rumours suggest PS5 could play games spanning every generation of PlayStation, from PS1 to PS4. Whether this can be achieved through disc updates and patches or a cloud-based solution via PS Now remains to be seen, but if PS5 is able to provide backwards capability covering four generations of PlayStation, it would be the ultimate console for both the present and the past. It’s a dream at the time of writing, but here’s hoping. 
With tech specs that run rings around PS4 Pro, a new DualShock to look forward to, killer exclusive IPs only Sony studios can make, and rumoured back- compatible features, we’re about ready to keel over we’re so excited. The next-gen future starts with PS5, and the future is almost here.
To read more about PS5 and the hottest upcoming PS4 games, check out the latest Official PlayStation Magazine subscription offers.

#PS5 #kickstart #dream #generation #Sonys #firstparty #studios #launch #support


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