We learned a lot about the technical capabilities of PlayStation 5 after Mark Cerny's recent (and drying) presentation called ‘Road to PS5’. However, a former Sony engineer has already made it public that there is still a lot of good stuff waiting to be revealed! We are talking about Matt Hargett, a former major software engineer at Sony.
(Rumor) Sony still has some PS5 secrets to reveal
Therefore, the engineer praised Cerny's effort in the presentation that was immediately criticized by players and journalists, due to the fact that it was too heavy in technical terms, with little 'show-off'. What is clear, was to be expected, since we are talking about a presentation designed and assembled only and only for GDC 2020 that unfortunately ended up being postponed, thanks to the Coronavirus. That said, if you don't know, GDC means Game Developers Conference, that is, the presentation had a lot to reveal to … Developers, as the name implies.
But let's continue… Hargett says the community is arguing about issues that have not yet been fully revealed, and that, therefore, it still didn't make sense to draw conclusions about the console's real performance, and how it will behave against the Xbox Series X Now see:
Many, many things haven’t shown up in leaks. There are plenty of secrets that are being well kept 🙂
– Matt Hargett (@syke) April 20, 2020
In short, according to the former engineer, there is still a lot to reveal, as Sony continues to protect its secrets as if its life depended on it. Well … With the "all-in" that Microsoft did, maybe it depends.
Meanwhile, both Sony and Microsoft are likely to present the latest details about their consoles as early as next May. This is unless there are new developments in the pandemic situation, and the decision is postponed again. If I went to Sony, I would expect Microsoft to hold its event (probably in the first half of May), and then immediately annul it with something well planned and well explained. But it looks like we're going to have to wait a little longer to see what can happen.
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