The first PlayStation console, now known as the PS One, was released on December 3, 1994 in Japan. A solid upgrade from Sony to Nintendo, proportional to the brand name.
Today the PlayStation 5 flagship series includes new technology and features in the controls. The console uses the Ryzen AMD processor with Zen 2 architecture of 7 nm and with a GPU from the Radeon Navi family that includes support for real-time ripped beam rendering, and is compatible with physical media.
The new console is totally compatible with the titles of PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR, indicating that the transition to the new console series is straightforward.