Sony seems to be more successful than ever, as the whole gaming world is awaiting the launch of the PlayStation 5 console that will arrive in November. But older consoles of Sony are still receiving plenty of love, and now the Japanese giant plans to accelerate the rollout of first-party games.
Due to the increased competition, Sony announces in a recent report that more frequent and higher quality exclusive titles will represent the key to future success. The company stated:
SIE intends to make proactive investments to reinforce content IP, and work to raise brand value, foster communities and user engagement, while enhancing direct to consumer services that get closer to users.
The same source continued by saying:
To reinforce content IP, SIE will accelerate the enhancement and rollout of its portfolio of exclusive PlayStation titles.
PlayStation 5 targeted
Sony will achieve various enhancements for its games by “introducing new technologies in speed, haptics and sound” with PS5. Although the good old PlayStation 4 console was sold in 106.99 million units worldwide since its launch in 2013, the arrival of its future successor is imminent. PlayStation 5 features haptic controllers, up to 8K video resolution, and the purge of those annoying in-game loading screens, just to say the highlights.
There are currently a lot of games confirmed for PS5, and the console will also be featuring backward compatibility for around 400 titles running on PS4. However, let’s see some of the games that are 100 percent confirmed to be running on the next-generation PS5 console: Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Marvel’s Avengers, Cyberpunk 2077. FIFA 21, NBA 2K21, GTA V, Fortnite, Resident Evil Village, Gran Turismo 7, Godfall, Far Cry 6, Starfield, Battlefield Next-Gen, Hitman 3, Outriders, Dying Light 2, Returnal, Pragmata, Scarlet Nexus, Dirt 5, Paradise Lost, and many more.
The upcoming PS5 console will be featuring 16 GB of RAM, 825 GB of storage space, and an 8-core AMD Zen 2 processor with a frequency up to 3.5GHz.