For several months, Sony has been detailing the next-generation PlayStation console, but the company is not ready to show us the final design of the PS5, nor to reveal the details of the launch and the prices. Instead, Sony has explained the type of hardware that will power the PlayStation 5 and unveiled the new DualShock controller that will be launched alongside the new game system. The company also announced that the console would be more affordable than some believe. people, and announced plans for a massive upgrade cycle of the PS5. While all this was happening, someone discovered a Sony design patent for a gaming device. That's how we got the above renderings, based on Sony's own designs. Some developers then confirmed that the very design of the PS5 development kit already provided by Sony to its partners, and several reports that followed have brought us more confirmation that the development kit was real. This brings us to the latest leak PS5, a high quality photo that gives us a better overview of the PS5 development kit.
Posted on Twitter a few days ago, the image below shows two identical PS5 development kits sitting side by side. .
The game consoles are in accordance with the drawings of the Sony patent. They have the same inverted "V" design that reminds us that this is a fifth generation console. We have a disk opening at the front as well as several USB ports.
We also see several DualShock controllers in the photo. Some people speculate on Twitter that they might be DualShock 5 controllers. Others say it's the same old controller, because the new generation model would not have been ready in time. Finally, there is a Sony manual on the right side, above other hardware.
As before, there is no indication that Sony will use the same design for the commercial version PS5 should begin shipping to buyers at the end of 2020. Development kits are not supposed to look like the actual product. It is the internal components of the device that matter most for game development. Another Twitter user wanted to show what some console development kits from the past looked like:
Sony is expected to unveil the PlayStation 5 in February, at a special event, a report said recently, while another leak claimed The console will be available in stores in mid-November 2020.
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