PS5 and Xbox Scarlett release date is expected to be in 2020, and the next-gen consoles could launch with a major advantage over its predecessors.
News about the PS5 and Xbox Scarlett is starting to come thick and fast as 2019 draws to a close.
Microsoft has already confirmed that the Xbox Scarlett is launching in holiday 2020, while the PS5 is expected to release next year also.
Sony look set to unveil the PS5 during a standalone event, which possibly could be a State of Play broadcast.
While Microsoft also still have to reveal the final shape or form the Xbox Scarlett will come in and what features are included.
And ahead of these big unveilings some major details about the PS5 and Xbox Scarlett may have emerged.
A source that is allegedly working on games for the PS5 and Xbox Scarlett has come forward to speak about the next-gen consoles to Gizmodo.
The insider managed to back up their claims by revealing a picture of the PS5 dev kit, which was leaked earlier this year.
Gizmodo said they were sure this picture was not a fake as it “predates the circulation” of the design illustrations of the PS5 dev kit.
The insider made some big claims about the PS5 and Xbox Scarlett, but there was one particularly interesting point.
The leaker said both the PS5 and Xbox Scarlett will offer the “greatest compute jump in any console”.
If true this could mean that the PS5 and Xbox Scarlett will offer the biggest generational jump – in terms of raw power – ever.
With this gen producing stunning graphics seen in Last of Us 2, Cyberpunk 2077 and Gears 5 it beggars belief what the next-gen could produce.
But, judging by the leaker’s comments, it looks like the PS5 and Xbox Scarlett could bring gamers a big step closer to photo-realistic graphics.
This development was teased earlier this year by Strauss Zelnick, the CEO of Grand Theft Auto publishers Take Two.
In August Zelnick said: “We have a new console generation coming, and that’s going to allow us to do some things that we haven’t been able to do before creatively, and that’s exciting.
“But as I’ve said before, we are going to reach a point where you won’t be able to tell the difference between what’s created in the computer and what’s real.”
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