The console will have an SSD and a graphics card that supports ray-tracing.
It’s no secret that Sony is working on a new PlayStation console. Last October, for instance, company president Kenichiro Yoshida said it was “necessary” to have “next-generation hardware” after the PlayStation 4 Pro. Sony has been understandably hush-hush since then, shifting the spotlight toward its next batch of exclusive games, such as Days Gone, Dreams, and The Last of Us Part II. Today, however, we have some cold-hard facts about the PlayStation 5 — or whatever Sony decides to call its new gaming box.
Finding something to play shouldn’t be all that hard for Antonio Romero Monteiro considering he owns more than 20,000 games spanning consoles from the second to eighth generation. If you’ve played it or even heard of it, odds are, he has it.
SEGA has announced the SEGA Genesis Mini and SEGA Mega Drive Mini, their versions of the miniaturized consoles that feature a catalog of games, a familiar design, and an accurate controller. The retro consoles will be available either in a bundle with one controller for about $60 or a two controller bundle for $80 on September 19th, 2019.