Although the Sony PS5 console will not be seen this year or even in the first half of next year, the official can’t wait to carry out the cannon-type preheating.

In the June 2019 issue of Official PlayStation magazine, an official statement from Sony stated that ” a super-fast SSD is critical to our next-generation console. We want to make screen load times a thing of the past, allowing developers to build A more seamless gaming experience .”

In fact, in an interview with Sony PS chief architect Mark Cerny not long ago, he showed reporters the huge advantage of the new host hard disk reading and writing, also loaded into the “Marvel Spider-Man” game, PS4 Pro takes 15 seconds, and The “PS5” prototype takes only 0.5 seconds.

Since the PS5 is based on the AMD Zen 2 architecture processor, we have reason to speculate that this SSD may support the PCIe 4.0 bandwidth interface, further breaking the I/O bottleneck.