Ahead of the PlayStation 5 arrival in November, Sony has shared an official teardown video of the next-generation console and thus giving us a good look at its internals. Now that is a novel marketing campaign.
While Sony’s next-generation video game console, the PlayStation 5, broke cover months ahead of its rival (that’s the Xbox Series X), the company did not reveal the price nor the availability. That changes earlier today when it gave us the numbers (and a date).
This was actually released last year to mark the 25th anniversary of PlayStation. And yes, it is absolutely weird to be buying a ‘PlayStation’ that is not only 2/5 the size of the original and also, can’t play games.
This is it. The much anticipated next-generation PlayStation console from Sony, the PlayStation 5, finally breaks cover. After countless enthusiast renders and a teaser of the aesthetic by the way of the DualSense controller, the actual hardware has been revealed today in an online-only reveal.
The Last of Us Part II is finally dropping on June 19, 2020. To commemorate this, Sony wants fans to own a piece of the protagonist with the limited edition The Last of Us Part II PlayStation 4 Pro bundle.
Instead of giving eager fans a glimpse of the design of the upcoming next-generation game console like Microsoft did, Sony offered fans a deep dive into its specifications. That was last month. While may not have a confirm look of the PS5, we now know how the accompanying game controller will look like.
There’s a lot of speculations as to how the next-generation PlayStation video game console will look like since people found about the patent Sony has filed. It is not a pretty sight, TBH, and till now, Sony has not reveal anything.
Among the sea of third-party accessories for PlayStation 4, we almost forgot that Sony also makes original accessories for its console too. The PlayStation DualShock 4 Back Button Attachment is one of the latest.
The Q, the YouTuber better known for making stuff out of cardboard, recently posted a video of him taking a dip at hydro dipping. For his dipping adventure, he gave his PS4 Pro and the controller a unique new look.
First of all, let us just say that we don’t believe the PlayStation 5 will look like this. However, this latest render by Concept Creator is possibly the render that makes more sense over the last one we saw.