In this news, we discuss the Sony answers all your questions about the PS5 console
Sony has shared detailed details on the upcoming PlayStation 5 (PS5) console, including local price and availability, hardware, software and new accessories, among others as it nears launch. The company has published a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page that answers all user queries. related to the new game console.
As explained on the FAQ page, the PS5 console and the PS5 Digital Edition console are identical in terms of performance. The only difference between them is the physical dimensions and the inclusion of an Ultra HD Blu-ray disc player in the PS5 console which is missing from the digital edition. Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc Player enables gamers to play games from PS5 Blu-ray Discs and PS4 Blu-ray Discs, as well as play videos from 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Discs, Standard Blu-ray and DVD.
The FAQ page also explains the differences between the DualSense Wireless Controller and the DualShock 4 Wireless Controller. The DualSense Wireless Controller incorporates next-generation features including haptic feedback technology and adaptive triggers to deepen player immersion. and increase gaming interactivity, while the traditional “rumble” technology of the DualShock 4 creates a vibrating or shaking sensation to increase immersion.
The page also highlights some of the more notable differences in the user interface of the PS5 and PS4. The new PS5 UX features a New Control Center, an evolved version of the PS4 console Quick Menu. With just one push of the PS button, Control Center will appear on PS5, providing immediate access to frequently used system features, all without leaving the game.
Players interested in the original rumble effects of the PS4 game can use a DualShock 4 wireless controller to play PS4 games on their PS5, but they will need to use a DualSense wireless controller to play PS5 games.
Additionally, the page provides information about the game that will be available for purchase on the PS5 launch day and also confirms that a large number of games are in development for PS5. It also clearly mentions that over 99% of the 4000+ games available on PS4 will be playable on PS5.
- Sony answers all your questions about the PS5 console