PS May 2019 line-up of free PS4 games is getting revealed by Sony soon, and ahead of it PlayStation Plus members need to know one big thing. The PS Plus May 2019 line-up will be bringing with it a brand selection of new free PS4 games for PlayStation Plus members. The current PS Plus line-up includes The Surge and Conan Exiles and will be available for a while longer. But PlayStation Plus fans looking forward to the next PS Plus reveal need to be aware of one big thing.
It would be highly surprising for Sony to make their May 2019 PS Plus line-up available in April.
So it seems more likely that the PS Plus May 2019 line-up will be announced on Wednesday May 1 and become available to download Tuesday May 7.
This means that PS Plus fans need to be aware they face a longer wait than usual till they find out and can download the next PlayStation Plus line-up.
The PS Plus May 2019 line-up looks set to get announced around 4.30pm on May 1 and should be available to download by midday on May 7.
In other PlayStation news, this week Sony dropped a huge bombshell as they revealed the first official details on the PS5.
In an interview with Wired system architect Mark Cerny said the new console – which hasn’t officially been named the PS5 – will not release in 2019.
Analysts had previously predicted the PS5 could be announced or released in 2019, with a 2020 release date also mooted.
Cerny also revealed the PS5 will be more of a revolution than an evolution and will share a number of internal similarities with the hugely popular PS5.
This means that despite being much faster and more powerful, the next-gen PlayStation will also be backwards compatible with the PS4.
The PS5 will also support 8K visuals, feature much faster loading times and could be home to a PSVR successor.
The Wired post said: “The CPU is based on the third generation of AMD’s Ryzen line and contains eight cores of the company’s new 7nm Zen 2 microarchitecture.
“The GPU, a custom variant of Radeon’s Navi family, will support ray tracing, a technique that models the travel of light to simulate complex interactions in 3D environments.
“While ray tracing is a staple of Hollywood visual effects and is beginning to worm its way into $10,000 high-end processors, no game console has been able to manage it. Yet.”
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