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Sony announced its next-generation PlayStation hardware in April and offered a demo in May. We've gotten a few more details since then, including the 2020 holiday season release date. The upcoming gadget is expected to have improved graphics and an updated method of handling storage. A new solid-state drive is meant to make games boot up faster and to reduce loading times. The PS5 is also getting a new controller that'll adopt haptic feedback to replace the older "rumble" sensation.
Sony didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.