If you are a gamer, the chances are that you cannot wait for the latest PlayStation release, which will be the number five in the series. The latest PlayStation 4 was a huge hit on the market, and according to many people, it completely overthrew Xbox out of the competition. Of course, there will always be hardcore fans for both consoles, but if you ask any PlayStation fan, or even PC Enthusiast, they will probably tell you that the same thing is going to happen with the latest release of PlayStation as well.
People are already much-hyped for the upcoming release of this console, and there’s a really good reason why.
Why do I want a console?
The battle between what’s better, a PC or a Console will keep on raging for as long as these two devices exist, so we’re not going to get into any comparisons or competitions. Let’s just take a look at some of the benefits of owning a console for gaming.
– Playing more casually
This means that you can sit or lie down on your couch and play from afar by using a Joystick, and you don’t have to be close in front of your monitor at all times, meaning that you’re saving your eyes a lot more.
– Avoiding issues with game crashes or installations
For more “casual” gamers, this is a very important factor. On PC, you sometimes experience crashes or other issues that might be hard to fix unless you’re really good with computers, so most console users can’t be bothered by this and they want a smooth sailing experience without any interruptions. Heck, even installing a game on PC can sometimes take you a few hours if you start running into the bad-luck chain of errors.
What’s epic about the upcoming PS5?
One of the main “issues” with the consoles is their slow loading times. You sometimes have to wait five minutes between two scenes in the game you’re playing, and it can be pretty frustrating. Well, the latest PS5 is going to have an SSD (Solid State Drive), which is a lot faster than HDD (Hard Disk Drive). This means that loading times will be greatly reduced and you will almost get the same experience as you would on a PC. Feel free to check OffGamers for more information.
According to some of the latest news and rumors, the new PS5 will have a much better graphics processing unit (GPU), which means that you will finally be able to enjoy your games with a slightly better graphic quality. As we all know, the games made for PC are being downgraded for consoles because something that’s as cheap as a PlayStation cannot really have a top-tier GPU unit. Well, it looks like this is going to change with the next generation of consoles, and we’re pretty excited to witness it.
Last but not least, PlayStation 5 will be backward compatible, meaning that you will be able to play all of the PS4 games that you weren’t able to play out of any reason, now with an improved experience.