New details pertaining to the next PlayStation console
were revealed recently by SIE President Kim Ryan while speaking through by CNET as reported by Gamespot giving us a clearer view on the features of the console. One of which is that the SSD is "custom-made for the entire system," which means that it's going to be part of the Standard Edition contrary to the belief that the feature is exclusive to a more expensive or premium version.
"Whether it's backwards compatibility or the possibility of cross generational play, we'll be able to transition that community to next-gen" - Jim Ryan SIE President
In addition, it was also mentioned that both the backward compatibility and cross-generation play (PlayStation 4 and 5 crossplay) is "incredibly important" to help players have a seamless transition between systems. Other than that, the next console will have support for 120Hz displays. As for when the console is going to be unveiled, that still remains undisclosed. Stay tuned for more gaming news and updates.