New PS5 Reportedly Releasing In 2023 | GameSpot News – GS News Updates

Has the PlayStation 5 Slim been revealed? Plus, Nvidia’s new (costly) graphics playing cards, new Cyberpunk updates for them, and one more Marvel recreation announcement. All on right now’s GameSpot News.

A brand new model of the PlayStation 5 might be launched in 2023 that includes a removable disk drive, in line with a brand new report from Tom Henderson at Insider-Gaming. Sources advised the positioning that this new mannequin of the PS5 has been in manufacturing for the reason that PS5 was launched in November 2020.

The new mannequin will reportedly function a removable disc drive, and can hook up with the PS5 through a USB-C port on the again of the console. The web site went on to assert that the PS5 might be offered by itself or in a bundle with the removable disk drive, whereas these rumored disk drives might be made out there on the market individually.

The new PS5 mannequin is claimed to be “slimmer and lighter” than the present system. The report had no point out of pricing.

If that wasn’t sufficient {hardware} for you, Nvidia lastly unveiled their 4000 sequence playing cards, and… nicely they don’t seem to be low cost.

The RTX 4090 is Nvidia’s new flagship GPU, delivery with 24GB of GDDR6X reminiscence. Nvidia claims that it is going to be capable of ship framerates larger than 100fps when gaming at 4K, all whereas consuming the identical quantity of energy because the RTX 3090 Ti.

Using DLSS 3, the most recent model of Nvidia’s AI based mostly up-resing tech, Nvidia says that the RTX 4090 sees 4 instances extra efficiency than the RTX 3090 Ti utilizing DLSS 2. The RTX 4090 begins at $1599 and launches on October 12.

The RTX 4080 is launching in two completely different configurations; a 12GB configuration and a 16GB one. Nvidia claims even the decrease-finish 12GB card can outperform the 3090 Ti when using DLSS 3. The RTX 4080 16GB begins at $1199, whereas the 12GB model begins at $899. Both will launch someday in November.

To showcase Nvidia’s fancy new playing cards and DLSS tech, a brand new model of Portal is popping out known as Portal RTX. It’ll be a free replace for house owners of the sport on Steam in November, and can work on any RTX card, regardless of DLSS 3 being unique to the 4000 sequence GPUs.

Nvidia can even be releasing known as RTX Remix, that enables modders to simply deliver RTX enhancements like up-resed textures and ray-tracing to older titles, Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind used for example within the reveal showcase.

If you wish to try these new playing cards with a more moderen launch, Cyberpunk is getting a 4000 sequence makeover. DLSS 3 will enable for a brand new Overdrive ray-tracing mode, that’ll make the common, previous boring ray-tracing mode in your silly, crappy present RTX GPU seem like you are enjoying the sport in 1977, not 2077.

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