The latest PS5 news could bring more excitement to gamers of the Sony console. Thanks to the rumored upgrade to the Share system. \n \nSony Interactive Entertainment recently confirmed the arrival of its next-generation game console. \n \nWith the Japanese manufacturer’s big reveal, many gamers are already on the lookout for new details. These are related to the price, official release date, specifications, and features. As to the latest info that reached the tech and gaming world, PlayStation 5 is up for something huge. \n \nReports claimed that Sony applied for patent a technology related to the PlayStation Share system. If these were true, it could be surmised that the latest PS5 news is leading gamers to significant development. \n \nBased on the application submitted to the United States Patent and Trademark Office, the feature is for the “user-generated content.” According to what RespawnFirst discovered, the technology is capable of characterizing the content which gamers generate in-game. These can be videos or clips and still images or screenshots. \n \nThe Tokyo-based tech firm further shared in its application that the feature has two primary functions. First, gamers will be allowed to search a file in the uploaded content. Second, players will be given access as well to the sub-sections of the uploaded content. \n \nIf this description would be interpreted, the latest PS5 news suggests that the upcoming Share system would be better. It would not just enable gamers to capture footage of their gameplay and upload it. It would likewise give them the chance to edit whatever it is that they won. \n \n \n \nIn the meantime, other network users could make the uploaded content as a basis to experience the same. They could try executing similar moves or strategies while playing a particular game. \n \nDuring the past days, several PS5 news reports reached the headlines of various tech sites. Details of what to expect from the highly-anticipated Sony console caught the attention of a lot of gamers. One of these is the inclusion of SSD. It admittedly sounds interesting, especially that Samsung is reportedly developing it. \n \nWith the supposed capacity of 2 TB, gamers would not have storage-related problems anymore. \n \nWhen it comes to PlayStation 5’s CPU, rumors claimed that it would boast of a third-gen AMD variant. And this would be coupled with a Radeon Navi GPU. \n \nThe forthcoming console is said to be powered for ray tracing. This would be the first time that such a feature is available in a game console. \n \nKeep posted for more PS5 news and updates before it arrives at the end of 2020!