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  • DFC Intelligence predicts Sony PS5 to sell twice as much as Xbox Series X

    DFC Intelligence predicts Sony PS5 to sell twice as much as Xbox Series X

    As the next generation of video game console war shapes up, industry experts and analysts are already discussing how the new consoles would perform. Both consoles have their advantages, but it seems some people expect Sony to do better. Specifically, a recent forecast suggests that the Sony PlayStation 5 (PS5) will sell more units.

  • Sony confirms that PS4 peripherals and accessories will work on PS5

    Sony confirms that PS4 peripherals and accessories will work on PS5

    With the Sony PlayStation 5 (PS5) launching this year, many have wonder if we can reuse our PS4 controllers or accessories on the PS5. Well, Sony has answered some of these questions way ahead of the launch so we can start planning. The good news is - most of your PS4 peripherals and accessories will work on the PS5.

  • Rumoured Sony patent may be hinting at PS5 Pro with multi-GPU

    Rumoured Sony patent may be hinting at PS5 Pro with multi-GPU

    If you're a console gamer, you're probably looking forward to the launch of the Sony PS5 and Microsoft Xbox Series X later this year. They're not out yet, but Sony may already be looking to build an improved version of its next-gen console. Sources indicate that the company may already be working on the PS5 Pro.

  • Don't like the white PS5? You can go for this 24k gold version

    Don't like the white PS5? You can go for this 24k gold version

    The arrival of PS5 is just around the corner and we know many of you are ready to whip your cold hard cash out for the highly-anticipated gaming console. When the design of the console was first revealed, it received mixed reactions about the colour as some of us wished it was black. However, are there some of you who lowkey wish it was gold (mehhh~) because someone has dripped the whole console in 24k gold!

  • Next-gen consoles may not be as expensive as some would expect, but prices for games could go up

    Next-gen consoles may not be as expensive as some would expect, but prices for games could go up

    Now that Sony has unveiled the PlayStation 5 (PS5) and Microsoft the Xbox Series X, many have started to speculate on the price of the next-gen console. For example, it's believed that the PS5 will be priced at 499 Euros (~RM2406) or 399 Euros (~RM1924) for the variant without a Blu-ray drive. While people may be relieved that it's may not be priced higher, but some experts believe that prices of games could increase instead.

  • CD Projekt Red may have hinted at the launch window next-gen consoles

    CD Projekt Red may have hinted at the launch window next-gen consoles

    Big fans of CD Projeck Red (CDPR) were recently disappointed when the developer announced that its next big game was being delayed. The release date of Cyberpunk 2077 has been moved to 19 November 2020, making this the second time it's been delayed. But it's not all bad news, as this delay could coincide with the launch of next-gen consoles.

  • Live photo of Sony PS5 leaked and it's bigger than we imagined

    Live photo of Sony PS5 leaked and it's bigger than we imagined

    Sony finally unveiled its next-gen PlayStation 5 (PS5) console last week and it got many excited. But what many of us didn't expect at the time is how big the console would be. That question was answered when a live photo of the actual machine was leaked recently.

  • Sony PS5 exclusives not likely to be available for PS4

    Sony PS5 exclusives not likely to be available for PS4

    While Sony has more or less confirmed that a good number of PS4 titles can be played on a PS5. Unfortunately, the reverse won't be possible. The company has hinted that it has PS5 titles won't be playable on the PS4.

  • The Playstation 5 will be in limited production during the first year

    The Playstation 5 will be in limited production during the first year

    Based on a statement by Bloomberg, it seems that the Sony Playstation 5 (PS5) will be in limited production in the first year of its launch. Compared to the previous year where Sony managed to manufacture up to 7.5 million PS4, Sony will end up manufacturing up to only 6 million units.

  • Sony expects to launch PlayStation 5 on schedule, no delays due to coronavirus pandemic

    Sony expects to launch PlayStation 5 on schedule, no delays due to coronavirus pandemic

    Although the coronavirus pandemic has caused disruptions to many companies, Sony expects the PlayStation 5 to be launched according to schedule. The company recently released a statement to address the concerns of the public and its investors on the company's business. It details areas that may or may not be affected by the pandemic.