When Sony introduced the PlayStation 5, it made a big promise to us that the loading screens would be too short. A new video showing the company keeping its promise posted online. The PlayStation 5 was actually running fast enough not to show a loading screen. Sony is preparing to launch the next-generation game console PlayStation 5 on November 12. The company’s new game console promises low loading times with its superior performance and new generation graphics. In fact, the low loading time was one of Sony’s PlayStation 5 marketing points.
According to Sony’s claim, the PlayStation 5 would minimise load times. It thanks to its SSD with 825 GB of storage space. However, we players had no idea how short the loading time would be. Today, the promise of Sony for the PlayStation 5 has come true.
We May Not Even See The Loading Screen on PlayStation 5
In a new video posted on the internet, the PlayStation 5 game console also seen running Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, which will release on November 12. The user who shot the video confirmed Sony’s claims by viewing how quickly the game opened and loaded on PlayStation 5.
As you can see in the video above, PlayStation 5 was able to unlock Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales in almost 7 seconds. In addition, the game console uploaded the game recording and landed in the game world in a short time that we could not see how Insomniac Games designed a loading screen.
Although the video originally published by another user, Sony officials extremely quick to remove the video from the internet. However, this did not prevent viewers from recording the video. The video above, which spread rapidly to the Internet, is also highly likely to be taken down. Therefore, if the video is removed from YouTube, you can watch the video from this link.