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The latest rumors from Sony indicate that PlayStation 6 would already be in development and would have a “next generation” chip that is already being created.
The semiconductor crisis that we have been experiencing since 2020 has affected many industries, including video games. This has caused many companies to have problems meeting the demand for their products, and among these are the big three companies: PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo. This has meant that both PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X | S, and to a lesser extent Nintendo Switch, are difficult to obtain due to high demand and low supply.
In a new job listing on LinkedIn, it can be seen that AMD is seeking a System-on-Chip Verification Engineer who will be part of the team that developed the chip for the current generation Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5.
“The team behind the chip that powers XBOX™, PlayStation™ and the latest graphics chip in the RDNA family is hiring for its Markham location in Canada for the next generation chip development project. We are currently looking for a System-on-Chip Verification Engineer who will be part of a team working on the next generation of a complex SOC design.
This job offer from AMD is generating speculation, it should be noted that if you look at the development time of the previous consoles these were planned approximately 2 years from the release of the last console. Do not forget that the chip is the most fundamental part of the console, so designing it would take some time. This does not mean that PlayStation 6 will arrive soon, it is all speculation based on a job offer.
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