PS5 To Arrive In 2020 And Will Sport VR Tech With A Portable Smartphone-Compatible Headset?

Mar 04, 2017 09:40 AM EST | JP Olvido

The Playstation brand has recently been making headlines as speculations of the PS5 2020 release hit the internet. New speculations are saying that the console will come in two versions with one for regular users and the other for hardcore gamers.

The PS5 to come in two versions and with VR portability. New speculations about the console are claiming that the next-generation gaming console will come in two versions. The versions are named The Core Experience for the regular user and The Pro Experience, also known as The Complete Experience, for the hardcore gamers and fans.

These speculations will have to be taken with a grain of salt as no official word has come from Sony yet. In addition, sources who claim these features lack the necessary. Regardless, speculated features of the console are amazing enough to excite the most loyal of fans.

The Core Experience will comprise of hardware that is necessary but just enough for a next-level better gaming experience. It is said to feature a massive 50 terabytes of internal storage. The console is said to come with all the equipment vital to virtual reality gaming such as the headset and a remote controller.

The Pro Experience, on the other hand, will come with special games and have specific features such as 4K Blu-ray support and a larger internal storage space than The Core Experience. The Pro Experience has been said to also feature backward compatibility support.

Aside from the PS5 gaming console versions, Sony is said to also release a portable virtual reality headset. The portable VR headset will also be capable of augmented reality features that will take virtual reality gaming to the next level by integrating a player's environment. The portable VR headset will compatible with smartphones via Bluetooth technology. Players will be able to switch the portable VR headset between smartphones and the Sony Playstation 5.

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