IGN published this video item, entitled “Should PlayStation Be Worried About the Steam Deck? – Next-Gen Console Watch” – below is their description.
Welcome back to Next-Gen Console Watch, our show following all the news and rumors on the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, and this week, the Steam Deck! We’ll be taking a look at Valve’s newly announced handheld console, and what it could mean for the competition! Is Nintendo in trouble? Could this handheld become the de facto portable console? We’ll discuss it all on this week’s Next-Gen Console Watch!
Also, poll results from last week!
00:00 – Intro
01:03 – Valve Steam Deck Announcement and Impressions
11:03 – What Valve’s Steam Deck Means for Xbox
12:48 – Will Xbox Game Pass Work on Steam Deck?
15:34 – Should Sony Be Worried About What Steam Deck Does for Xbox?
17:58 – Timed PS5 Exclusive GhostWire: Tokyo Delayed
19:18 – Very Few PlayStation Exclusives Coming This Fall
21:51 – Poll Results & Outro
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In This Story: PS5
The PlayStation 5 (PS5) is an upcoming home video game console developed by Sony Interactive Entertainment. Announced in 2019 as the successor to the PlayStation 4, it is scheduled to launch on November 12, 2020 in North America, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and South Korea, and on November 19, 2020 for the rest of the world.
The platform is anticipated to launch in two varieties, as a base PlayStation 5 system incorporating an Ultra HD Blu-ray compatible optical disc drive for retail game support alongside digital distribution via the PlayStation Store, and a lower-cost Digital variant lacking the disc drive while retaining digital download support.
The PlayStation 5 features a customized solid state drive designed for high-speed data streaming to enable significant improvements in graphical performance. The hardware also features a custom AMD GPU capable of ray tracing, support for 4K resolution displays and high framerates, new audio hardware for real-time 3D audio effects, and backward compatibility with most PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR games.
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