Sony Interactive Entertainment yesterday at CES 2020 revealed the official logo for the upcoming and highly anticipated PlayStation 5, and to be honest, it’s exactly what we should’ve expected.
Yes, it does look incredibly familiar, and it should be since it is the same style of branding used for the PlayStation 4, which according to Sony has sold more than 104 million units. They also revealed that more than 5 million PSVR units have been sold since it launched in 2016. Sony also revealed that there are more than 100 million active PSN users, with more than a third subscribed to PlayStation Plus.
We didn’t see any hardware at the trade show, as we should expect Sony to host a special PlayStation 5 reveal event later in the year, but the company did confirm some of the specs, which include a super fast SSD, Haptic/ Adaptive Triggers, 3D Audio, Hardware-based Ray-Tracing and an Ultra HD Blu-Ray player.
To be honest, some of the features like Haptic triggers and Ultra HD Blu-Rays are already available on Sony’s competitor console, but it is good to know the company is moving forward and keeping with the times. Sort of.
Source: The Verge