Everything we have on Sony’s PS5 right now

Sony’s is set to launch its newest console later this year, but we’re still missing some key pieces of info about the PlayStation 5 we still don’t know.

Sony has shown off the console’s look, the DualSense controller, and some upcoming PS5 games, but the company has kept the PS5 price and release date a secret so far. It’s looking like we’ll hear more very soon.

Microsoft has finally announced the release date, pricing, and preorder date for Xbox Series X and Series S, it’s only a matter of time before we get the same details from Sony.

because of its specs. It will likely be in the same range as the Xbox Series X and Series S, which will sell for $499 and $299 respectively, as the consoles share very similar internal specs.

PS5 boast a custom 825GB SSD with an expandable NVMe SSD storage slot

The console supports ray tracing, 3D audio, and PlayStation VR, and it also has a 4K UHD Blu-ray drive. Sony has said the PS5 is powerful enough to support 4K resolution at a 120Hz refresh rate–that’s double the refresh rate of most TVs, which typically run at 60Hz.