PS5 review: The future of console gaming is here


Sep 21, 2021
The PS5 is a genuine generational jump, offering extraordinarily quick burden times and a creative new regulator that can change the manner in which games feel.

Aces :-

1. Incredibly quick SSD
2. Wildly imaginative DualSense regulator
3. Gorgeous 4K visuals
4. Snappy, clean interface
5. Impressive in reverse similarity

Cons :-

1. Massive, cumbersome plan
2. Controller might feel too large for a few
3. Few must-have special features (for the time being)

Cost: $499 (standard), $399 (Digital Edition)
Central processor: 3.5GHz, 8-center AMD Zen 2

GPU: 10.3 teraflop RDNA 2 GPU

Ram: 16GB GDDR6

Capacity: Custom 825GB SSD

Development: NVMe M.2 SSD space

Circle drive: 4K Blu-beam player

Size: 15.4 x 10.2 x 4.1 inches

Weight: 9.9 pounds

The PS5 is here (on the off chance that you can get one) and it genuinely feels like a generational jump for console gaming. With its incredible illustrations tech and ridiculously creative DualSense regulator, Sony's new control center takes into consideration a degree of drenching that basically was unimaginable on past consoles. The framework's lightning-quick SSD is an exacting distinct advantage, stacking games in only seconds — and at times, furnishing better approaches to interface with them.


Sep 27, 2021
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Hey, I couldn't agree more the PS5 is truly one of the greatest gaming consoles that has ever been created. I like how you reviewed the console in such depth!
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