On the occasion of the announcement of the different characteristics of the PlayStation 5 through a conference presented by Mark Cerny, the architect of the Sony consoles of eighth and ninth generation, we offer a small comparison between the architecture of the PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 .
The first notable difference between the two platforms is obviously the presence of a 4K optical drive on the PlayStation 5. Therefore, unlike the first generation PlayStation 4, the latter will be able to read Blu-ray disks in 4K definition.
The other big novelty of this new PlayStation lies in the presence of an SSD hard drive allowing, as proven many times, the removal of loading times in our games.
There’s more, of course, but to make your task easier, we will offer you a comparison table between the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation 5.