Lisa Su, CEO of AMD, talked about PlayStation 5 during an interview published on CNBC, declaring herself proud to be able to work with Sony Corporation on the production of PS5.
After stating that PlayStation 5 will be released in 2020, the CEO of AMD points out that ” the company is very honored to take part in the production of the new generation PlayStation. It is a long-term collaboration destined to last a long time. “
The Su then speaks of the work done with Sony: ” with Sony, we have done something special, we love video games, it is a constantly growing market, this time we have designed something unique for their platform … a special sauce that it will definitely be tasty. “
At the moment we know that PS5 will mount an SoC (System on Chip) based on Ryzen Zen 2 CPU and a GPU derived from the Navi architecture, as well as an SSD disk (capacity not yet known) and support for 8K resolution and Ray-Tracing. These are the specifications unveiled until now by Mark Cerny but there is still so much to discover on PlayStation 5, we will probably know more between the end of 2019 and the beginning of 2020.