During Sony’s Investors Relations Day in Japan, the company talked more about and even demonstrated its next-generation console (currently unnamed, but likely to be the PlayStation 5).
Backwards compatibility has been confirmed, as well as some dramatic GPU and CPU updates, allowing for ray tracing as well as 3D audio.
There will also be a vastly improved SSD to quicken load times as much as possible, Sony demoed the speed difference during Investors Day, comparing load times and performance between the PS4 Pro and the upcoming PlayStation 5.
Check out the next-gen console loading nearly 10 times faster than the PS4 Pro below. More on the upcoming console here.