PlayStation 5 Inside Drive

It’s the first SGO Inside Drive of the new year. As custom, the Inside Drive brings you bits of news you may have missed from the past week in sports gaming. With the holiday season wrapping up, it’s time to take a look at new releases and news for the upcoming year including AO Tennis 2, PlayStation 5 features, and more.

SGO Inside Drive 1/10: AO Tennis 2 & More!

AO Tennis 2 Launches on PC

In anticipation to the upcoming Australian Open, fans can start playing AO Tennis 2 now on PC.

AO Tennis 2 comes to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch February 11, 2020. This year’s game offers a deep range of customization options allowing players to tailor their gameplay experience. The narrative-driven career mode has players building reputations by dominating the court on their climb to the top. Get AO Tennis 2 now on Steam. Be sure to check out our review here.

First PlayStation 5 Details Revealed

During CES 2020, Sony released a few features for the PlayStation 5 including the new logo. The new features, which you can see below, promise to bring larger, more immersive experience to PlayStation owners. You can check out the official logo in the featured image of this article.

  • 3D audio sound
  • Ultra HD Blu-Ray and an Ultra High Speed SSD
  • A new controller with haptics and adaptive triggers
  • Hardware-based ray tracing

Xbox Series X Games Not Exclusive to Next Generation

In an interview with MCVUK, Matt Booty confirmed speculations that while the upcoming Xbox Series X with be more powerful, the new games will be able to be played on current gen consoles. Moving forward, Microsoft games will be both forwards and backwards compatible where older games and new games can travel between console series.

According to Booty, the idea is to make sure buyers feel investing in the next generation is worthwhile while not isolating others. At the time of launch, any new content will be accessible to those still playing on their original Xbox One, Xbox One S and Xbox One X. With that said, Booty ensures games like Halo Infinite will still take advantage of enhancements featured in the new system.


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