For a while now, we’re seeing that in the console zone, Microsoft has one up over Sony with their upcoming Series X. The company was first to announce its console, first to actually reveal the specs and recently, it allowed a couple of YouTubers to test out the console, to see its insides and whatnot. One of those videos is linked here below.
Finally, though, the PlayStation camp is making some noise. Since we know that a lot of events will be either postponed or canceled, these companies will find alternative ways to approach the market. It is due to this COVID-19 spread that even Apple is pushed to having its March event exclusively online. Anyway, in the latest tweet from the PlayStation account, the company has something in store. Here is the tweet embedded.
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
What may be in store
As the tweet suggests, the company would be holding an online video conference. At this conference, the PS5 lead architect, Mark Cerny would be taking charge. It goes on further about how he would take the viewers around what’s inside the console itself. They would dive into detail about how each of the specs would complement the next generation of gaming.
This seems like an amazing thing since Sony would be formally introducing the console to the world. Till now, we have only seen renders of the would-be device. If though, we actually do see the complete console itself. This may go south too. Because looking at it from another perspective, given that all other platforms are closed up for the company, this is a last-minute desperate haymaker by the company to not be left behind in the dust by Microsoft and its Series X console. Perhaps we would know for sure tomorrow at 9 am PST. Here is the link, if you wish to join the Blog.