Red Gaming tech has revealed new data on the PS5 from a new source other than its usual sources. The revealed matches with the data previously released by other sources, but it is warned now that, although there are reasons to take them as credible, the situation is not official, and it is far from being able to be confirmed as a fact.
In response, the aforementioned was that it is a situation defined by Jim Ryan. His idea is that it is better to bet on a sample of the games and what the console can really do than to debit information about the console. The reason is that Sony believes that:
a) most of your customers don't want to know about this at all (and in fact the vast majority of console customers don't walk in technical forums) b) that most of their customers actually understand technical details (and here we have to give reason) to Sony because this generation was a struggle to get the message across about how the PS5 works, and today there are still a lot of people who either didn't notice it, or refuse to notice). c) use that information as a reason for purchasing the console.
It should be said that in its global context I do not disagree with any of this. The question I pose is that disclosure of data would not be a negative point. Basically nothing would change the reality that Jim refers, but on the other hand, it would give those who worry, understand, and want to know about it, the data to formulate an opinion about the real capacity of the hardware.