Social media may have claimed another victim. While no specific reason was given, Sony has announced that it would be closing its decades-old discussion board for PlayStation fans on February 27.
Bloomberg is reporting that Sony is "struggling" with pricing the PS5 due to its expensive hardware. The Japanese giant may not be able to sell the console at anything lower than $450.
Some believe that Sony is waiting for Microsoft to make the first move. The Xbox Series X was unveiled in December, but no price was given.
Naughty Dog wants to hire a programmer who is well versed in both AMD (GCN) and NVIDIA (CUDA) GPU architectures, as well as APIs such as DirectX 12 and Vulkan.
The age of PlayStation exclusives may be coming to an end. According to Kotaku's sources, Sony is bringing Guerrilla Games's 2017 action RPG to the PC later this year.
For the second time in a row, Sony has announced that it is skipping E3, which confirms that the PS5 definitely won't be unveiled at the trade show.
Sony's designers gave up and simply swapped the "4" with a "5." The PlayStation brand has been using the same kind of logo since the PS3 Slim.
The PlayStation 5's alleged APU/GPU, "Gonzalo," features "Gen1" and "Gen0" modes that mirror the performance of the PS4 Pro and PS4, respectively.
The PlayStation 5's rumored APUs, "Oberon" and "Ariel," have no mention of ray tracing or variable rate shading, which suggests that Sony's implementation could be software based.