PS4 success has PS5 early adopters feeling burned by PlayStation and cross-generation exclusive video games, but it only helps PS5 early adopters.
The PS5 won't be able to play games natively from the PS1, PS2, or PS3 Sony's Jim Ryan has finally made clear.
The PS5 has been pretty hard to snag via pre-orders so far, but it sounds as though it should be a bit easier to cop by comparison to the PS4 back in 2013.
The PS4 is here to stay and PlayStation head Jim Ryan says that Sony won't be looking to end support for the console in lieu of the PS5 for a few more years.
Sony hoping to have 10 Million units manufactured by the close of this year
Join our team here at DualShockers as we react to all of the biggest reveals in today's PS5 event.
Sony's PS5 event which is set to show more games that are coming to the next-gen platform will seemingly take place later this week.
With the PlayStation 5 set to launch this holiday, Sony says the price will reflect its value rather than making it the cheapest price.
If PS5 shortages do occur after launch, Sony's Jim Ryan has said that the lack of consoles worldwide wouldn't be any different from past PlayStation releases.
It sounds like the PS5 reveal that fans have been waiting for could finally be on the horizon if previous plans are still in place.
PlayStation is Giving Away Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection and Journey as Part of New Initiative
To encourage PlayStation fans around the globe to stay inside in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Sony is now giving away a couple of games for free on PS4 through early May.
Even though plans and events are constantly changing now due to COVID-19, Sony has said it doesn't expect the launch of the PS5 to be impacted.
Days after announcing that it would slow PSN download speeds in Europe, Sony put the same plan into place for the U.S.
In a time where Internet access is much more vital, Sony is doing its part in Europe to help reduce bandwidth.
The team at Xbox will still be ever-present at E3 2020, reiterates Phil Spencer.
Following its disappearance at E3 2019, it doesn't seem like Sony PlayStation may be returning to the show this year.
PlayStation 5 will have additional new features, teased by Jim Ryan of Sony.
Apparently, Vita doesn't mean "life" after all.