Sony shows the logo of the PS5. As part of CES 2020, which is currently taking place in Las Vegas, the manufacturer is presenting the PlayStation 5 logo. However, Sony did not have more information about its next-gen console – neither specific details about the hardware equipment, nor the price or release date. After all, Sony announced new sales figures for the PS4 at the electronics fair. The current game console has been sold 106 million times.
Sony presents the logo of the PS5 at CES 2020. As part of its press conference for the electronics fair, the company showed the lettering for PlayStation 5. The logo is based on the predecessor consoles, only the five is new. Anyone hoping for more details about the new console at CES was disappointed. Sony did not have any new information in the luggage for the electronics fair taking place in Las Vegas. Sony's Jim Ryan just summarized the details already known about the new console.
The PS5 therefore comes with a new controller. Sony had already given information about this a few months ago. Among other things, the manufacturer promises two key innovations for the gamepad, including adaptive triggers. In addition, the PlayStation 5 is equipped with an SSD instead of an HDD. This should drastically reduce the loading times. There is also a graphics unit with ray tracing support and 3D audio. According to Ryan, more information will follow in the future. The PlayStation boss did not become more specific during CES 2020. The console is scheduled for release in late 2020.
After all, there were new numbers for the PS4. The current Sony console has sold 106 million units so far. The PlayStation VR virtual reality headset has so far been sold to Sony five million times. As soon as we receive further information, you can find out as usual on our website. Current news comes together in our news area. Recently, new images from the PlayStation 5 Devkit appeared – along with a new photo of the controller.
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