After the PS5 is already available in some regions, players can look forward to the launch of the console in Germany this week. However, only those who were able to grab a model in advance will receive a copy at the release. Sony has already confirmed that there will be no retail sales at launch. In the next few weeks, however, more and more supplies are planned.

Now the published PS5 simulator by hobby developer Alex Grade is supposed to shorten the waiting time. With the free game, fans can experience in advance what the construction of the PS5 feels like. In the virtual environment you first have to unpack the package with the console and then connect all cables correctly and make settings. You can currently see the title on the itch.io website by Alex Grade download.





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Just under ten minutes are needed for one round. The file is around 950 MB in size. We've already had a chance to take a look at the PS5. You can find our detailed test of the next-gen console on our website. There is also more information on Sony hardware on our topic page. We'll also keep you posted when the PS5 (buy now ) will be available again. For the launch, players are allowed to, among other things Demon's Souls or Spider-Man: Miles Morales look forward.

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