Sony unveiled a new PlayStation in two variants

Sony представила новую PlayStation в двух вариантах

Sony has introduced PlayStation 5, accessories and a few new games, including Spider-Man: Miles Morales, a racing simulator Gran Turismo 7 and the eighth part of Resident Evil: Village.

New products the company showed at the presentation of the Future of Gaming.

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Online stream lasted over an hour and during this time the game developers and members of the PlayStation team spoke about the experience of developing products for the new console. The first were shown a video clip Spider-Man: Miles Morales – the sequel 2018 Spider-Man, which became a hit in Europe. The second part of the story about spider-Man will be released in late 2020.

From the accessories to the console, the company demonstrated a new joystick. Sony Promise that it will be equipped with haptic technology, and adaptive buttons. In addition, it is equipped with a motion sensor, a microphone and a speaker.

The console will be able to support 4K ULTRA HD Blu-Ray, ray tracing (a method of improving the graphics), 3D audio. The console will be sold in two variants – with and without drive, of Digital edition. In addition, Sony showed off a new headset for the PlayStation camera and the remote Media Remote.

Besides the already mentioned games were also shown videos about the classic characters of Sony Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, Project Athia from companies Square Enix and Luminous, who previously worked on the cult of Final Fantasy. In addition to the presentation of the announced game-end of the Hitman series and the game, in which you can manipulate time Deathloop from the Studio Arkane.

New Sony PlayStation and accessories. Photo: presentation of the Future of Gaming

Earlier, Sony has taken the decision to close all forums PlayStation. “Since 27 Feb forums PlayStation.com will not be available. We invite you to continue to communicate at the PlayStation blog, in our community in Vkontakte, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook,” reads the message.

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