PlayStation 5 may launch at a higher price point than the PS4, but it likely won't go that much higher.
The next Sony console might let fans play all of their favorite older games, as well as new ones.
According to a Digital Foundry writer, there is no world in which the PlayStation 5 doesn't support backwards compatibility.
Sony is reportedly already looking to the future when it comes to first-party development.
A small group of users are being polled to help shape the future of PlayStation consoles.
Sony's latest patent is a head-scratcher, but the possibilities it creates are intriguing.
There's a strong possibility that one of Square Enix's newest studios is creating a brand-new game for the next PlayStation.