All eyes are on Sony: The next generation of the PlayStation 5 console from 19459007 and the alleged announcement in 2019, followed by a release in 2020, indicate, however, new rumors at ] it could support up to 8K, which would be mind-boggling. I really do not know about these rumors and I do not think the PS5 can handle 8K or even 8K at 120FPS, but let's talk about it.
A few weeks ago during the InterEBE 201
The PS5 is about showing the CLEDIS system on a 440-inch screen with over 180-degree viewing angles, and the viewing angle is focused on the native 8K-120FPS output. What was shown on it? Well, Gran Turismo on a PlayStation console. People obviously think it's the next-generation PS5. Why? Well, we have to rewind the clock a bit.
A few months ago, Polyphony Digital CEO Kazunori Yamauchi said in an interview that the assets the team had built for GT Sport were far from exaggerated, with the exception of 8,000. He said the team is working on surplus assets for future PlayStation consoles just like the next-generation PS5. In an interview with Finder, he said, " It takes six months to develop a single car, it's overkill for PS4 Pro, so we're building for future versions of the console rather than today." "I think so would not be a problem to do it with 8K ".
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