Sony has always offered some of the most innovative products and their video games have been without a doubt among the best. You now have a new Sony video game console to look forward to, the PlayStation 4. The console name will likely be called PS Orbis and will launch around the 2013 holiday season. specifications of this video game console. However, the timing of Sony’s launch is unofficial, so there is always the possibility of an announcement change.
The PS Orbis will be built around the AMD Southern Islands GPU and the AMDx64 CPU. AMD Southern Islands GPU is a name given to many of AMD’s 2012 high-end PC cards. The PlayStation Orbis GPU will be able to display games at a resolution of approximately 4096×2160 pixels, which turns out to be more than what is expected. required. by typical HDTVs. It will also be possible to play 3D games in 1080p.
Sony’s current PlayStation console contains a chip that allows users to play older PS2 games. Unfortunately, the backward compatibility feature of the PlayStation 4 has been completely ignored (so it seems right now) and focuses exclusively on future generation titles. For those who love to play their PS3 games, they may want to sit still until the issue is clarified in more detail as PS Orbis will not allow them to play them. This is the attempt by Sony and Microsoft to end the market for second-hand video games. Also note that there will be no resale value for any PS4 game, as it is said that it will not be tied to the Sony Entertainment Network. PlayStation 4 will have a 32nm Cell processor with roughly 16 SPE, which is twice what the PlayStation 3 has. There is the possibility of a great partnership with Google.
PS Orbis will also come equipped with a downloadable Blu-Ray feature that may make things difficult for some. Digital distribution is definitely a step forward, although it cannot be denied, not all users of this game console will have access to fast broadband connections. To play the new games you will have two options, a download from PSN or the Blu-Ray disc. If you choose to buy the disc, then there is a PSN account that you need to lock yourself on, and only then can you play the game, save it to your hard drive, or attach it as downloaded in the account history. Although Orbis is yet to be released, and probably no one has seen it, fan-made footage of this new console is already being posted on the internet.
If it looks like the posted images, it will undoubtedly look great and immensely attractive. Not that previous models didn’t look good, just that with further development this looks even better. As already mentioned, the release date is said to be around the 2013 holiday season, probably around Christmas. Sony will launch its PlayStation 4 ahead of Microsoft’s Xbox 720 launch. Previously, Microsoft 360 was released a year before PS3, and this got it off to a great start. People had already bought it before even taking a look at PS3. It is natural to believe that Sony will not take such risks this time. Whether the name PlayStation Orbis is just a nickname or the real name has yet to be discovered, but one thing is for sure: the new PS Orbis will definitely take the gaming world a step ahead of anything we’ve seen before.