Sports Gamers Online

SGO Inside Drive (6/6/2019): Potential PS5 Spoilers, Stadia Specs, and More!

PS5 Stadia Inside Drive

The Electronic Entertainment Expo is just around the corner with mere days left before the event. However, before we talk E3, we are here with yet another SGO Inside Drive. This time, we have exciting news for PlayStation fans regarding the PS5 and much more. As always, keep reading below for further details.

SGO Inside Drive 6/6: PS5, Stadia & More!

The Future of PlayStation

New console generations can be a painful transition. It is often met with reluctant purchases and a bit of doubt when it comes to new features or the removal of old ones. Rest assured, Jim Ryan’s latest interview seems to put a lot of the typical doubts at ease. There still has not been a release date, nor an official announcement of the next console’s name, but Ryan was very adamant about the console’s direction to not isolate the growing fan base. The PlayStation 4 is the highest selling console to date; Sony promises to not over look this. Whether it’s through backward compatibility or cross-generational play, the new generation will not leave behind its predecessor in terms of games and the friends you made along the way. The idea is for this new generation to have a seamless transition that only leaves the competition in the dust.

Stadia Looks to Connect Players Everywhere

Google’s new console-less way to play games promises to virtually eliminate the hardware restrictions that gamers have had to contend with for over 25 years. The Stadia Connect conference detailed a lot of the biggest news for players while still promising more to come. The system of streaming games is years in the making with the final result ushering in a new era of gaming. Several games will be available at launch including The Crew 2, Football Manager 2020, Trials Rising, NBA 2K, GRID and more. All you need is the Stadia controller (or any supported controller) and a screen with access to Chromecast or Google Chrome. You can check out the speed specs of Stadia below:

Inside Drive

Asphalt 9: Legends

Gameloft has announced that Asphalt 9: Legends will be making its way to the Nintendo Switch. The Switch edition will not just bring the base game. Players on the Switch will have new ways to play with the introduction of local split screen multiplayer. In addition, there will be a brand new Quick Race mode. This mode will be available on and offline. Asphalt 9: Legends will be free to download with no online account prerequisite. You can check out the trailer below.

Want to talk sports and/or games with the fastest growing community in gaming? Join the conversation by registering at the official Sports Gamers Online Forums, and check out our Twitter and Facebook pages as well as our growing YouTube Channel!

Related posts

EA Aiming For Big Game Reveals Come This July

Greg Thompson

MLB The Show 22 “Brew Crew” Program Brings More New Jerseys

Brandon Satterwhite

Redout 2 Review – A Fast-Paced Sequel

Curtis Russell