We might be in for our first look at the PlayStation 5 very shortly. Sony just announced that lead system architect Mark Cerny will be detailing new aspects of the console tomorrow in a presentation.
That's Wednesday, March 18, at roughly 9 a.m. PT/12 p.m. ET. As you can see in the announcement below, we'll be in for a presentation from Cerny concerning the "PS5's system architecture," via the PlayStation Blog.
Tomorrow at 4pm GMT, PS5 lead system architect Mark Cerny provides a deep dive into PS5's system architecture and how it will shape the future of games.— PlayStation UK (@PlayStationUK) March 17, 2020
Watch tomorrow on PlayStation Blog: https://t.co/ywSxFT2uDZ pic.twitter.com/zq5q544K7x
Could this be our first look at the PlayStation 5 in full? From the wording of the announcement, it certainly seems doubtful, and it seems as though Cerny might be taking us through a detailed demonstration of the system's tech specs.
All of this comes very shortly after Microsoft revealed the full system specs of the Xbox Series X just yesterday. Xbox Wire announced the full slate of tech specs for the next-gen console, and some key new details outside of tech specs were also revealed, like the inclusion of proprietary cards used to expand hard drive space.
Back in January 2020, Sony stated that the PS5's "biggest features" were yet to be revealed. Could tomorrow's presentation with Cerny give us a look at some of the more noteworthy features of Sony's next-gen console?