Recently, Sony Interactive Entertainment unveiled the mysterious veil of PS5. The first batch of technical details of PS5 were exposed through the foreign media Wired, including AMD Ryzen Zen 2 CPU, Navi Core Optical Pursuit GPU, SSD Solid Disk, downward compatibility with PS4, support for 8K resolution, downward compatibility with PS4 and a series of exciting good news. In the good news, players seem to have forgotten an interesting detail: Sony has accelerated the distribution of PS5 development machines. According to Mark Cerny, chief architect of PS5, many studios are already using PS5 to develop games, and Sony has recently accelerated the allocation of PS5 development machines so that game developers can have more time to research and support PS5 before it is officially launched. In addition, PS5 has adopted many developers'opinions in the development process, so this means that PS5 will be easier to use.