The journalist Takashi Mochizuki of the Wall Street Journal is a guest of the Sony IR Day 2019 event that is being held in these hours in Tokyo, the Japanese company took advantage of this day to reveal some details on PlayStation 5 and set goals for the future.
The two keywords for the future of PlayStation are (textual words) ” Immersive ” and ” Seamless “: as far as diving is concerned, Sony is working to reduce loading times thanks to the SSD disk, as also shown by the Spider video-Man for PS5 widespread on the occasion of the IR Day. Sony will continue to explore the way of streaming and the Cloud (for which an agreement was made with Microsoft ) thanks to Remote Play and PlayStation Now, services also active on PlayStation 5. The company will continue to carry forward the slogan “The Best Place to Play”.
To these words are added those of Jim Ryan, CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment, which confirms that Sony’s goal for Next-Gen is to offer even more immersive experiences thanks to hardware equipped with a new CPU, GPU, SSD support, backward compatibility, Ray-Tracing, 8K support, and 3D audio. Jim Ryan did not answer questions about the release date, price, games and user experience with PS5.
Confirmed the “mixed” business model for software with Blu-Ray, Download, and Streaming, and Sony is working to further expand third-party support and improve relationships with external publishers.
In explaining PlayStation's seamless feature, the company used the phrase "anytime, anywhere, without disconnections"
— Takashi Mochizuki (@mochi_wsj) May 21, 2019