Several American media outlets have already received a copy of the console and are sharing all kinds of data about it.
As some of you know, Sony is already sending PlayStation 5 units to various media, which is allowing new details about the new and expected console of the company with which many will jump to the next generation from November 12.
Now, Samit Sarkar, editor of Polygon, has shared through Twitter a curious detail: the console box itself includes a series of instructions that explain how we can transfer all our data from PlayStation 4 to PlayStation 5, something that will be very useful for us to keep all our games, accounts, settings, etc. As expected, the process will be almost identical to the one we can do now between different PS4, so we will have several possible methods, such as connecting our PS4 and our PS5 to the same network.
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— Samit Sarkar (@SamitSarkar) October 23, 2020
As it is known, PlayStation 5 is Sony’s new generation console and will be released on November 12th in the United States. It will be sold in two different models, one with a disk reader and the other exclusively digital, being the prices of each one of $499 and $399 respectively.
Among its most outstanding launch games are names such as Demon’s Souls Remake, Spider-Man: Miles Morales or Sackboy: A Big Adventure, titles to which we must add great intergenerational releases from other companies, such as Cyberpunk 2077, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla or Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War