The current console generation has been very, very kind to Sony. Whether that is true or not, it does not appear Sony is eager to move away from traditional game consoles.
Industry rumors hint that Sony may be planning a tablet or multiple devices and it could be waiting for 5G data connectivity to become widespread to ensure fast game downloads, the FT noted. With the release of PS4 Pro and Xbox One X, the definition of "next generation" gaming hardware has shifted somewhat, so we're going to have to wait and see what this next generation hardware turns out to be. It also costs $100 more.
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Sources speaking with the Financial Times said that the next PlayStation console, "might not represent a major departure from the PS4". He remained coy about any further details, and declined to confirm whether or not the system would be called the PlayStation 5. That puts Sony's next console on track for launch somewhere in the vicinity of 2021.
A patent filed by Sony, "remastering by emulation", alludes to a new-fangled method for presenting updated textures in older titles so they can look their best on higher-definition displays. It's a half step up, in terms of horsepower, from the PlayStation 4, but it's a meaningful mid-point between the PlayStation 4 that went on sale in 2013 and the PlayStation 5 that's expected around 2021.
While it's too soon to speak for the next-next generation, it is likely reassuring to PlayStation fans that there will be at least one more console in the works.