On the occasion of the 25 years of PlayStation in many are remembering the best moments spent with the very first Sony console that made history: N, which debuted on the PSX with the series Crash Bandicoot, puts the spotlight on PlayStation 5, coming out next year.

Evan Wells, head of the company, has indeed spoken of how the next Sony console will be very different from what we've had so far, especially how experience lived by the players.

Emphasizing that with PlayStation 2 there has been a "huge leap" compared to the previous console and with time the development times have increased enormously, Wells reflects on how PS4 and the first PlayStation are really different products. We then come to talk about PlayStation 5:

I think it will allow us to deliver the content in a way that has no friction for the players. They will never have to wait to return to play their games.

Wells probably refers to the new memory system which will have PlayStation 5, which will allow one reading much faster without players being required to wait for long loading sessions.

By now it lacks less and less to the presentation of PlayStation 5 and, from next year, we can finally get our hands on it.