- Oct 27, 2017
Man, all that was.... useless. "2018" lol. I hope the 2020 release still stands as some have suggested. Would be perfect.
It's from his podcast, he says it has two SKUs, one as powerful as the Xbox One X and the other less powerful but he wouldn't be surprised if the less powerful SKU was dropped before reveal.
That's guranteed to happen regardless of what year it releases in. We already saw what happened with this gen, and I can only imagine it being more pronounced in the next gen.
PS5 comes out Holiday 2018 featuring an APU with a Navi gpu and an 8 Core Zen CPU.
Yep, 2020 please.Bwaaahahaha... 2018?
No chance in hell of that happening. PS5 will launch with Navi GPU arch on the 7nm. For a 2018 launch they will need to ramp up to volume production from the beginning of this year in order to stockpile enough inventory for a simultaneous worldwide launch... only problem is, 7nm isn't yet ready for volume production.
No way Sony launches on a fresh 7nm node. 2019 the 7nm process will be mature, meaning better production yields thus a stronger product. Fall 2020 could even allow for a launch on the 7nm EUV process, which I've heard is a real game-changer in semi-conductor manufacturing process technology. No reason to rush out the PS5 with the PS4 selling so well, and every reason to wait it out and launch with a more capable system.