Sony recently showed off to select members of the press what the next PlayStation console can do. In line with the demonstration, a correspondent from The Wall Street Journal Takashi Mochizuki captured part of the event and shared it through his own Twitter page. The video below is a visual representation of what Mark Cerny has shown Wired's Peter Rubin last April.
Highlighted in the video is a direct comparison between the PS4 PRO and the next PlayStation console in terms of loading times. Despite the low quality of the recording, it was noted that the demo was rendered on 4K providing the fans a sneak peek on one of the features of Sony's next console. Making all the difference is the company's transition from HDD (Hard Disk Drive) to SSD (Solid State Drive). This could also indicate that the next PlayStation is not going to be cheap. Check out the analysis of the presentation by Yong Yea below and stay tuned for more gaming news and updates.
"Sony Shows Glimpse of PS5 Power & Fast Loading Times"
Source: Takashi Mochizuki, YongYea