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PS5 Early Announcements - Most Anticipated New Feature?

4K Blu-Ray player 80 9.77%
 
Adaptive triggers on controller 29 3.54%
 
Haptic feedback on controller 34 4.15%
 
Hardware ray-tracing 95 11.60%
 
Improved controller battery 31 3.79%
 
New SSD for improved load... 386 47.13%
 
Partial game downloads & installs 38 4.64%
 
Revamped user interface 23 2.81%
 
USB Type-C 21 2.56%
 
Other 82 10.01%
 
Total:819
drkohler said:
CuCabeludo said:

I am predicting at least 2TB SSD (not HDD).

Suuuuure, you will get an 2TB M2 ssd in an already expensive console...

(Some people are beyond delusional)

Currently for a single 2tb ssd first search result is near 200 euro if not over, but if you'd order 30 million of those



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PS5 = The Golden Elite Console. I can't wait ! 1). SSD 2). Raytracing 3) . Adaptive triggers on controller 4) . Haptic feedback on controller 5). Improved controller battery = Hell Yeah !!!!!! I'm seriously excited.



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KBG29 said:
Chrkeller said:

2 TB would be great, it would prevent me from having to upgrade day 1.  I'm still waiting a $400 price tag.  Anything higher is a hard sale for me.  Mostly because I still have a 1080p TV and that needs an upgrade as well.  I may have to upgrade my TV and wait on the ps5 for a bit.  

I would always choose a device that offers new content/experiences over something that offers the same experiences I already have.

New console over a new TV.

VR over a Mid Gen Upgrade.

Upgrading is something best done with excess, expanding is growth, and growth is what life is all about.

Except if a large part of that new console is 4k + HDR, none of which my current TV supports....  that would be like having a sports car with no gas.  



kirby007 said:
drkohler said:

Suuuuure, you will get an 2TB M2 ssd in an already expensive console...

(Some people are beyond delusional)

Currently for a single 2tb ssd first search result is near 200 euro if not over, but if you'd order 30 million of those

This is one thing many people don't think about with Sony, they are Sony, they have relationships and deals with the technology industry because they are technology, they need chips from there, displays from else where and hard drives for their stuff. It's more of a thing that SSD makers want to get their drives in the PS5 as well as it's a guaranteed contract while Sony wants to get their drive as cheap as possible. They are buying 30 million, and they are at cost.



Hmm, pie.

From those, definitely the SSD approach.
The best feature is launching with a LoD Remake, tho.
By far.



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Chrkeller said:
KBG29 said:

I would always choose a device that offers new content/experiences over something that offers the same experiences I already have.

New console over a new TV.

VR over a Mid Gen Upgrade.

Upgrading is something best done with excess, expanding is growth, and growth is what life is all about.

Except if a large part of that new console is 4k + HDR, none of which my current TV supports....  that would be like having a sports car with no gas.  

Nah, a game built for Gamepad and Flat Screens, is the same whether it is on a 120" 8K HDR Display or a 6" 1080p phone. At the end of the day, a great experience is a great experience. Bigger, Brighter, Higher Resolution Screens are a luxury.

The main focus of next gen, from an experience level, will be, faster load times, smoother frame rates, and enhanced immersion through advance controls and gameplay. The massive upgrade in CPU power will also mean a giant leap in AI and Physics, which will bring the best games to life like never before. 

Nothing that won't be just as enjoyable on a 1080p display, as an 8K display. 



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Some of these controller improvements are interesting as well as more flexibility in terms of downloading.



kirby007 said:
drkohler said:

Suuuuure, you will get an 2TB M2 ssd in an already expensive console...

(Some people are beyond delusional)

Currently for a single 2tb ssd first search result is near 200 euro if not over, but if you'd order 30 million of those

For a superfast ssd? Keep dreaming. Even if Sony paid only $100 for a superfast 2TByte ssd, it is way over budget for the "simple storage" part of the manufacturing bill.



Pretty much every anticipated feature point on that poll is available on other platforms...

Barkley said:

According to the Wired article "it will ditch the spinning hard drive". So it might not be a cache after all.

Will be interesting to see how that works in conjunction with external mechanical drives if that's truly the case.

DonFerrari said:
Besides SSD and Ray tracing the rest is almost irrelevant, just adopting to current standard.The thing I'll be most excited is game.

Pretty much. The games are what is going to be truly interesting.

haxxiy said:
The controller features sound very interesting, but potentially also a potential point for breaking / battery drain. I want to check them out.

Shouldn't affect reliability to much.
Sony has always made pretty solid controllers anyway...

haxxiy said:
I don't think the newer CPUs will make as much of a difference as some people believe. Remember we once moved from simple 1990s RISC CPUs to the 3.2 GHz, multithreaded CBE design in the X360 and PS3, and yet graphics and RAM proved to be the most important factors in the following years.

They make a massive difference.
The 7th gen CPU's ended up wasting CPU cycles on things like Morphological Anti-Aliasing, texture decompression and so on, so the CPU's didn't get the chance to well... Do CPU stuffs.
Plus those IBM PowerPC chips weren't exactly great performers to start with anyway, they were cost-sensitive chips, plus they only became relatively "acceptable" once you loaded up the thread counts, which not many early games did... Those simpler in-order core designs just didn't do them any favors.



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Nice extras would be options to change effects in game. So if you fancy more texture detail at the expense of say, ray tracing you can turn on and off different options. There should also be option to switch off 'shimmering' anti-aliasing.

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