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PS5: GET READY FOR THE NEXT LEVEL OF GAMING

It’s been almost seven years since Sony announced the PlayStation 4, and boy has a lot changed since then. More advanced technology, innovative gaming franchises, and the rise of PC gaming, with consumers favoring building their own gaming machines at home. So can the PlayStation 5 live up to the hype, and take the gaming industry in a new direction?

INTRODUCING THE PLAYSTATION 5

Sony’s PlayStation 4 was, without doubt, one of the most universally-praised and popular games consoles ever made. - the device reached the 100 million sales mark significantly faster than the Nintendo Wii and Xbox One. But Sony will re-enter the market later this year at a time when the world has changed - where gaming is now always-online and predominantly desktop-based. The rise of games like Fornite has also gobbled some of Sony’s market share - teenagers who previously rushed to buy the latest game on a disc now head to the App Store for their fix.

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