Sony Tease The Biggest Changes To The PS5 Are Still To Come

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Sony PlayStation 5 Logo (Credit - Sony Playstation)

Recently, the CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment, Jim Ryan, has revealed far more is to come for the PS5. Sony recently revealed the PS5 Logo, as seen above. It’s clear it wasn’t the reveal everyone was hoping for.

Nonetheless, Jim Ryan confirmed during an interview with Business Insider Japan, (translated by Gematsu), that the biggest changes to the fifth console are still on the way. The CEO cited improvements previously announced, from its 3D audio, haptic feedback in the controllers and the solid state drive.

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There was even hope for the PS5 to include backward compatibility. 

Jim Ryan said: “There are still more unique elements for PlayStation 5 to come that separate it from previous consoles,”

He further added: “The ‘bigger differences’ have yet to be announced.”

At another point in the interview, he reflected on the delay of the PS4 in Japan, as well as suggesting that Playstation 4 support wouldn’t immediately cease upon the PS5’s release.

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The statement suggests that far more is to be expected from the PlayStation 4 successor. The world of gaming will be holding its breath in anticipation for more news soon.

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