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PS5 will be “100 times faster than PS4” thanks to its SSDs, according to Sony CEO

The console reading speed will forever change the loads on PlayStation systems.

Sony‘s latest corporate strategy meeting is still giving something to talk about thanks to the mentions of PlayStation 5 in it as one of the main axes of the Japanese firm for the present year 2020. Among other things, the importance of the system for the brand has been commented or how much is expected of its release at the end of the year, but a few words about the speed of reading the machine by the CEO of the firm, Kenichiro Yoshida, have transcended the network.

As reported by TechRadar, the businessman guaranteed that the speed of the system will reach levels never seen before, far exceeding what has been seen in the current generation of PlayStation consoles: “To further improve the feeling of immersion in games, we hope to improve not only the resolution but also the speed of games. Through a custom-designed high-speed SSD, we plan to achieve game data processing speeds that are approximately 100 times faster than PS4. ”

The benefits of such reading speed are clear: “The game’s loading times should be much shorter, so players should be able to move through huge game worlds in almost an instant.” However, it is evident that players are eager to see a real sample of all the technological inventions of the system. When will we see some PS5? According to Sony itself, the initial catalogue of PlayStation 5 will be shown soon. You’ll have to be patient.

It was not the only thing highlighted by Yoshida at the recent corporate strategy meeting: the businessman also highlighted the sound section of PS5 or Sony’s commitment to PlayStation services in the next-gen.

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