The PlayStation 5 has already passed its first half and is now spreading at an exciting pace, despite its unavailability and very good competition from Xbox and Nintendo.

Sony isn’t relying on its laurels, however, and it really reminds us once again of the biggest advantages of its latest console. In the great video, you’ll see how functions like ray tracing, 120fps gaming rendering work, or you’ll learn that PS4 games use the power of PS5.

Of course, all of this is presented in a nice advertising slogan, so you have to look at it from the perspective of a heavy dose of realism and the fact that some issues are not as great as you might think. Of course, the console displays the image in 120 frames, but only in very few productions, in addition, 4K is still not a benchmark for more demanding titles, and the “game boost” for backward compatibility slightly improves the performance of the PS4 classics.

Returnal, however, will appear on PlayStation 5 on Friday, which will perfectly show both ray tracing, 60-frame gameplay in 4K segments, as well as haptic vibrations and adaptive triggers for DualSense.