Anybody can post a bunch of rumored PS5 specs, or anything else, on Pastebin. That’s the point of Pastebin. But these days, when morsels of truth can be hidden in any quantity of internet bullshit, we at GamesRadar+ feel obligated to present you the details along with a few complimentary barrels of industrial grade salt. Seriously, lay down enough salt to melt a long stretch of icy highway before you read on – but do read on, because it’s always fun to get another perspective on what PS5 could maybe, maybe be.
The original Pastebin file, which came from a European game developer that works on a PS5 launch game was first created in December. It’s been on the internet ever since then but now has appeared again to our attention. It’s about the time when PS5 would be announced and when it might actually be here. There are also some possible specs for the hardware and some games that could meet the light of the day.
According to the site, we’ ll get a sneak peek of PS5 in June this year, however, not at E3. The console might arrive in November 2020, and for the price of $499. That’s at $100 more than PS4’s launch price. It will come with backward compatibility and a 7nm Ryzen 8 core. Also, a 16-thread processor with 14 teraflops. It’s been said that this one will show the real deal of 4K gaming, and it will have a new wireless iteration of PS VR.
The controller will come with some new updates, too, with a camera inside for virtual reality.