Honestly, we could listen to Mark Cerny talk for hours. The veteran game developer and hardware specialist is most well known for his work on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. Cerny helped spearhead the creation of both consoles, and in this new video from Wired, he talks us through all of the decisions that had to be made in order to make the PS5 what it is.
If you've been keeping up with the PS5's production going back a couple of years now, then you'll likely already know about most of this stuff — the DualSense controller, raytracing, 3D audio, custom chips and SSDs. But hearing Cerny break it all down makes for a great watch, and we even get a little more insight into Sony's process of actually designing the console and its features.
It also really hammers home how much consideration goes into making a product like the PS5. Cerny notes all of the meetings that he and his team had with developers, in which the most critical feedback would often be the most useful.
What are your thoughts on PS5 now that it's been around for a year or so? Are you a big fan of Cerny? Sit and listen in the comments section below.