By Alex Barrington | 14 March 2017 05:30:00A lot of people were hoping that the PS4 would be released with a “better” processor, better graphics, and faster hardware.
But according to a new report from GamesIndustry.biz, the PS5’s hardware doesn’t deliver any of those things.
Instead, the company’s analysts claim that the console doesn’t have the power to compete with the Xbox One or Xbox One S, but it is able to outperform both of those platforms by up to 20%.
It’s possible that the performance of the PS 5 isn’t the best it could have been, but rather that Sony simply couldn’t deliver enough power to push the PS1 to the next level.
The PS4’s current power draw is only a couple of watts, compared to a mere six watts for the Xbox and a whopping 25 watts for PS4.
If you factor in that Sony is targeting the console at a higher price point, the performance could still be more impressive than it appears.
Sony’s Xbox One and PS5 launch will be a very different proposition to the PS 4 launch.
While both platforms have a lot of the same features, the Xbox’s hardware has a ton more to offer.
The Xbox One is much more powerful and capable of handling more complex games than the PS Vita, and the PS One S is a more powerful console that’s designed to handle more demanding games.
But the PS PS5 is a bit more of a “big brother” to the Xbox, as it doesn’t support backwards compatibility and requires a dedicated hard drive.
The hardware is more powerful than either of those consoles, but the PS and PS S can’t share any features and need separate hard drives.
The PS5 will be launching on March 7, which is when Microsoft officially announces the Xbox Scorpio.
While the PS6 is scheduled to launch on April 1, the Scorpio is going to be released on March 22, 2019, which means Sony has a lot to play for.
It might be a bit premature to expect a new console to come out on the same day as the PS8, but with Sony’s plans for a massive gaming console in the works, it might be worth waiting.
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