Digital Desire: PS5 Digital Signal Processing Has Arrived on PS4 (with Video)
A PS5 digital signal processing system called Digital Desire has arrived on the PS4, Sony announced today.
While not a complete replacement for Sony’s proprietary PS4 Pro, Digital Desire promises to give PS4 gamers a way to get more bang for their buck by supporting 4K resolution and HDR, among other things.
The PS4 Digital Desire system can handle 1080p and 1080p at 60 frames per second, 60 frames a second, and 60 frames at 120 frames per minute.
It can also output 4K to 4K at up to 4.3K.
Digital Desire works with both PlayStation 4 Pro and PS4 Camera.
The DualShock 4 controller supports PS4 DSP, as well as the new PS4 Eye camera and PS Camera.
Digital Desires systems come in two sizes, with a base of about $500, and up to $1,200.
The system’s specs are as follows: 1) PS4 DualShock controller, which comes in two flavors, the DualShock 6 and DualShock 7, and comes with a PS4-compatible sensor.
2) DualShock Eye camera.
3) Dualshock Camera.
4) DualSight camera.
5) PSVR headset.
6) PS VR camera.
7) PS Vita camera.
8) PS Camera (with 4K/5K).
9) Dual Camera.
10) Dual PS4 Controller.
11) DualPS4 Controller (with PS Camera).
12) Dual Eye camera, for gaming.
13) PS Eye camera for streaming content.
14) Dual Sight camera for gaming, for recording.
15) Dual Screen display for recording gaming and watching movies.
16) Dual Lens camera, with 2x optical zoom.
17) Dual camera with 4K output.
18) Dual Dual PS Camera, with 4x optical lens output.
Digitaldesire.com The PS5 system is priced at $1.99, and the Dualshock 4 controller is available for $169.99.
PS4 owners can purchase PS4 digital gear via a bundle of three physical PS4 systems (two each for $349 and $599), or by buying a physical PS5 (sold separately).