Sony Uncovers PlayStation 5 Logo, But No Console Design In Sight

Posted: Jan 7 2020, 3:41am CST | by , in CES


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Sony uncovers PlayStation 5 logo, but no console design in sight

The PS4 now has 106 million users globally.

Fans of Sony’s PlayStation 4 and the entire lineup of Sony’s gaming products were dismayed to find out that the company did not release sneak peeks into the long awaited PlayStation 5 during its CES press conference earlier.

The biggest tech show of every year has kicked off with press conferences from the biggest companies.

During Sony’s CES press conference, President and CEO Kenichiro Yoshida has made a couple of announcements, including the introduction of Sony’s very first electric car prototype, the Vision-S.

However, Sony Interactive Entertainment’s President and CEO Jim Ryan did provide some insights into the PS5. Ryan noted that it has been 25 years since the very first PlayStation was launched.

Ryan noted that the PlayStation 4 has exceeded the lifetime sales of the original PlayStation, with a total of 106 million PS4 consoles sold to consumers and a total of 1.15 billion PS4 games sold. The PlayStation VR, Sony’s virtual reality gaming console, also broke records with around 5 million units sold worldwide.

The highlight of Ryan’s speech was the revelation of the official PlayStation 5 logo, which continued to adopt the design of the PS4 and the PS3. The only difference with the design is the number 5.

Ryan also reiterated some key hardware features of the PS5, which are already known to the public, including its 3D audio sound, a brand new controller with haptics and adaptive triggers, ultra-high speeds, hardware-based ray tracing and Ultra HD Blu-Ray.

“PS5 will inspire developers to create expansive worlds with new gameplay experiences,” the executive said, adding that Sony’s aim is to offer the biggest and best in content.

The launch of the PS5 will be just in time for the holidays of 2020, Ryan reaffirmed.

To cap off Ryan’s speech, Sony released an official new trailer for the PS5:

The CES 2020 is kicking off today, so make sure to catch the latest updates on the biggest consumer electronics trade show at I4U News’ dedicated CES 2020 News Hub.

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