Sony has confirmed that we will get a look at the Playstation 5 specifications and further technical details tomorrow.
The gaming giant that is set to bring us their latest home console system just released a tweet that sets the date for the next big update in the console wars. Sony is not going to keep us waiting long either. At 9 am Pacific Time on 18 March, the PlayStation 5 system lead architect, Mark Cerny, will tale to the stage to tell the world exactly how much firepower lies beneath the hood of this new console. The information about the stream is pretty thin on the ground right now but we can expect it to be an in-depth look at the PS5 and its architecture. This presentation was expected to be held at GDC. That did not go ahead due to Coronavirus concerns, as with many other plans.
Tomorrow at 9am Pacific Time, PS5 lead system architect Mark Cerny will provide a deep dive into PS5’s system architecture, and how it will shape the future of games.
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) March 17, 2020
This announcement comes shortly after Xbox unveiled details surrounding the Xbox Series X system specs. While the fridge box has 8x Zen 2 Cores at 3.8GHz, a discrete GPU, NVME, and Ray-Tracing support, the Sony proposal is expected to be even more powerful. What both Sony and Microsoft do with their consoles and who comes out of the next cycle of gaming upgrades on top, we can be sure it will be just as interesting as the PC move to cloud gaming. We’re going to be checking out the Playstation 5 Specification stream when it happens. Are you? Check out the event over at the Playstation blog tomorrow.