With next-gen launching next week, there has been a lot of new details regarding the Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5. With the reviews of Xbox Series X|S getting published, It has been revealed that the Xbox Series S only has 364 GBs of space in the internal SSD. Now, there has some new information regarding the PlayStation 5. Sony has confirmed that their next-gen console will not support 1440p resolution.
Both the Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5 are both very powerful compared to the current hardware with the Xbox One X and the PS4 Pro. The PlayStation 5 will output a maximum of 8K resolution, and 4K at 120 FPS with HDMI 2.1 compatible TVs. The Xbox Series X can run natively at 4k 120 FPS.
This seems to make sense after several of Sony’s games announced how they will be updated for the PlayStation 5. Recently, Sony Bend and Sony Santa Monica revealed that Days Gone and God of War will be able to run at 60 FPS with dynamic 4K. Both titles will also be able to transfer save data between the PS4 to the PS5. The Last of Us Remastered also received an update that dramatically shortens the load times which is likely for when the game is available to play on PlayStation 5. All three titles are a part of Sony’s new PlayStation Plus Collection for the PlayStation 5. PS Plus owners can access from a catalog of the best games for PlayStation 4 and play on the PlayStation 5.
This isn’t the only news that has been revealed regarding the PlayStation 5. Sony also confirmed that the PS5 won’t support SSD storage expansion at launch and that launch day sales for the PlayStation 5 will be online only. There will not be any units available for purchase in-store. Next-Gen starts next week with the release of the Xbox Series X|S on November 10 and the PlayStation 5 on November 12.