PS5 lacks web browser; Sony addresses. Sony has made it clear that the new PS5 doesn’t have a web browser. As it does not support all the feature that you would have loved to be intact outside the box. During an interview with AV Watch Japanese outlet, Masayasu Ito, Sony EVP.
As well as Hideaki Nishino Sony SVP have made made it clear that some features wouldn’t be included in the PS5 during the launch of the device.
The new PS5 wont output natively also to 1440p monitors. Rather scaling up from 1080p unlike the Xbox Series X, One X, and the Xbox Series S. Hideaki Nishino also mentioned that the company wanted to base more on the TV support initially.
However it noticed that there is really no reason (technical) why it could not be get done. And may as well be included if the company says that the demand is high.
The PS5 will not support a web browser
The new PS5 wont get a web browser, pulling from the tradition set by the initial PS3 and PS4. Hideaki still isn’t certain if it is that important to get a separate browser app far the the browser potentiality that is used for some kind of network-based functions. Like logging into Wi-Fi networks or even the account systems of some publishers.
The VR compatibility of the PlayStation5
The VR compatibility of the PS5 also lags a little, with the demand to go for a free camera adapter as well as games being able to operate only in the backward-compatible mode of PS4. However Hideaki still made it clear that some games might work better.
But he noted that he would like to see a very worthy PS5 VR solution ahead but cant reply any longer.
Earlier this year, Bloomberg announced that Sony is planning the launch of the latest PlayStation VR headset.