Sony PS5 has been confirmed to release the end of 2020 holidays and a specific release date is yet to be announced. The latest gaming console was announced at CES 2020 but Sony did not show any real PlayStation model images and only revealed the logo for the upcoming console. The font and design of number 5 were different from 4 with a more rounded finish.
Surprisingly, the PS5 logo became the most liked image for a gaming post on Instagram and generated over 5 million likes, whereas the competitor Xbox Series only had under a million red hearts. The new logo has also hinted on the different designs for Sony PS5 console and it looks very different from the previous PlayStation models.
Sony PS5 Logo and New Design
Sony has registered a totally different design for the PS5 prototype in Brazil and it looks totally different compared to the PS4 console. There will be a massive V-design at the top which is mostly a symbol for Roman numeral “V” for five indicating the 5th PlayStation from the company.
— PlayStation UK (@PlayStationUK) January 8, 2020
While the whole box-structure looks bulkier than the slimmer version of PS4, it has not been confirmed that the same design will also be implemented into the final version of PS5. Piers Harding-Rolls, director of IHS Markit said, “I think we can expect a significantly different PS5 design at launch. It’s possible some of the design cues may transition over.” hinting that the final design of Sony PlayStation 5 may or may change a little bit.
Sony PS5 Specs, Features, Price and Release Date
The PlayStation 5 will be loaded with powerful specs and cool new features including 3D audio support and VR gear support for an immense gaming experience. Sony PS5 will feature a solid-state drive (SSD) of higher memory capacity and hence load much faster.
Also, the machine will be powered by AMD graphic chips as well as hardware ray-tracing support for the realistic game display. There is yet no official announcement on the price of PS5 by Sony but it will most likely cost around $499. It would make the Sony PS5 competitive with the likes of Microsoft’s Xbox Series X which will also release around the same time.