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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

Most important is smooth 60fps gameplay, sick and tired of those sub 30fps games.



 

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xl-klaudkil said:
Most important is smooth 60fps gameplay, sick and tired of those sub 30fps games.

That won't change, for a lot of games they preffer better graphics than 60fps.



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xl-klaudkil said:
Most important is smooth 60fps gameplay, sick and tired of those sub 30fps games.

It will be up to the studio. There are studios that prefer 60 FPS over top-notch graphics for their games. Others like ND and other 1st party Sony studios will prefer to focus on visuals over frame-rates.



ManUtdFan said:

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.

No point. The Ray Tracing hardware will be dedicated cores separate from the texturing hardware.

The "Shimmering" is a by-product of developers choosing an inferior, albeit cheaper implementation of Anti-Aliasing, only so much you can do with fixed hardware and developers often make cutbacks to the AA and Resolution in order to bolster visuals elsewhere.



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Pemalite said:
ManUtdFan said:

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.

No point. The Ray Tracing hardware will be dedicated cores separate from the texturing hardware.

The "Shimmering" is a by-product of developers choosing an inferior, albeit cheaper implementation of Anti-Aliasing, only so much you can do with fixed hardware and developers often make cutbacks to the AA and Resolution in order to bolster visuals elsewhere.

You recon its actually not a copy of what amd does with non rtx cards



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kirby007 said:
Pemalite said:

No point. The Ray Tracing hardware will be dedicated cores separate from the texturing hardware.

The "Shimmering" is a by-product of developers choosing an inferior, albeit cheaper implementation of Anti-Aliasing, only so much you can do with fixed hardware and developers often make cutbacks to the AA and Resolution in order to bolster visuals elsewhere.

You recon its actually not a copy of what amd does with non rtx cards

Huh?
It's been confirmed that the Ray Tracing is hardware accelerated by both Microsoft and Sony.



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Its tough. I went with revamped UI because I wouldnt mind something that is cleaner and faster than what is on PS4. Also, something with a different design language (even if just an iteration) would be nice.

That said, what I really want is:
1. Trophy progression, since the bars/ stats etc would be cool and seeing your progress towards individual trophies could be helpful.
2. Controller profiles. Currently when you do custom button configuration it is only for 1 profile. it would be nice to at last have a 2nd (so standard, custom 1 and custom 2).
Additionally I want to be able to sync up games to each profile so that the controls are automatically changed when I play a specific game rather than I having to go change it myself. AND, it would be great if all button prompts on the UI and in games reflected the change in button configuration. It is sometimes annoying to have R1 pop up when you have changed it to R2, for example.

That is really all I want. everything else is bonus imho



Barkley said:
vivster said:
They should just tell us now how tiny the SSD cache will be, so people can complain about the size and they can increase it before releasing it.

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

Wired is talking shit because it sounds better. I have yet to see an official statement. A 500GB SSD is completely unrealistic even for a $500 console.

What I can see them doing is release a console with a 120GB SSD and either release another version with a 2TB HDD or try to load of the responsibility for more storage to the consumer.

They are already advertising the ability of only partially installing games. If that doesn't scream tiny storage I don't know what does.



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twintail said:

1. Trophy progression, since the bars/ stats etc would be cool and seeing your progress towards individual trophies could be helpful.
2. Controller profiles. Currently when you do custom button configuration it is only for 1 profile. it would be nice to at last have a 2nd (so standard, custom 1 and custom 2).

Per game? I'd love per game. I'm still in the mindset of L1 to aim R1 to shoot as they are more comfortable for me and feel better as triggers (don't want a squishy trigger. :P) but some FPS don't have the option to switch to L1/R1 from L2/R2, CoD does, Overwatch allows you to change controls per character, other games don't, there are limit options. So being able to essentially customise my button layout per game would solve so many issues. Also allow you to turn off certain buttons if you have a habit of accidentally clicking them (like my brother does with R3).



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vivster said:
Barkley said:

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

Wired is talking shit because it sounds better. I have yet to see an official statement. A 500GB SSD is completely unrealistic even for a $500 console.

What I can see them doing is release a console with a 120GB SSD and either release another version with a 2TB HDD or try to load of the responsibility for more storage to the consumer.

They are already advertising the ability of only partially installing games. If that doesn't scream tiny storage I don't know what does.

Digital foundry in their article say they think a 1tb ssd is likely, it does sound expensive but we'll see what happens.



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