Wired reporter Peter Rubin recently took a trip to Sony's Foster City, CA headquarters to speak with Mark Cerny, who has been working as lead architect on what will ultimately be the successor to PlayStation 4. While the new console hasn't been formally revealed under the name PlayStation 5, we now have an idea of what to expect from the company's next generation efforts.
The next PlayStation has been in development for the past four years, and it won't be released in 2019, so don't pull out your wallet just yet. If you're interested in the deep dive provided, I highly recommending reading the full Wired article, but here's an overview of some of the information we know so far.
For those who don't want to get rid of their old games, Backwards Compatibility is being implemented. It's unclear just how deep into the past this feature will go, but you'll at least be able to play PlayStation 4 games on the new console.
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