Sony is finally putting some serious attention into the PlayStation 5 or what it currently calls the next-gen PlayStation. During its Investors Relation Day in Japan, Sony demonstrated the capabilities of the next-gen PlayStation through a video. It also confirmed the return of PlayStation Now, which means Sony will continue to support its game subscription streaming service, but it has not yet been confirmed if Now would support PS3 games which the PS4 did not support.
The next-gen PlayStation could be getting some serious GPU and CPU updates. It could get something called 3D audio. The new console would also get new-gen SSD for faster load time. In fact, during this demonstration, Sony compared the load time of PS4 Pro and the next-gen PlayStation (see the video below).
When and where the console would be finally revealed is not yet known as Sony would not be present at E3 this year. So the wait for the next PlayStation has just got a bit longer.