Gamers around the world will now be glad to hear that Sony is finally ready to reveal the PlayStation 5. This was announced shortly after rivals Microsoft revealed the Xbox Series X specifications yesterday. This was to officially let everyone know about the console’s specs and have a hands-on view of the new gaming system.
The event is to be held online today at 7 pm, Kenyan time. PlayStation took to Twitter to announce the live stream event hosted by Mark Cerny, the console’s chief architect on its official site.
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
Hopefully, Sony will go into detail about every specification of the next-gen PlayStation 5.
The console is expected to move the world of gaming to the next level. This is through improved gaming graphical quality and incredible loading speeds. Let’s also not forget backwards compatibility, one of the main factors that has had gamers everywhere excited.
If the latter is confirmed, it will mean that the PS5 can play PS4 video games, an aspect that no gamer has ever had to experience with any console.
Not much is known though about when the global shipping will be taking place. As of now, we will just have to wait for the event to know when gamers in Kenya will be getting the console.