Sony has finally revealed the PlayStation 5 console during the online PS5 announcement event. This gave gaming fans a chance to see Sony’s next-gen console and games.
Game enthusiasts can expect the launch of the PS5 during the holiday season in 2020. Playstation fans everywhere were waiting for this event for a long time. According to the gaming experts, PS5 is huge, and we might be looking at the next-generation consoles that are more vertically inclined than their previous counterparts. Gaming fans are also claiming that the wait was worth it.
SONY PS5 Looks Revealed
In the PS5 event, Sony has unveiled a very stylish new Playstation 5 console that seems inspired by a sci-fi movie. Sony has changed the traditional carbon black color scheme to clean arctic white casing with blue accent lights. Gamers are going ga-ga over the looks of PS5. The pictures are everywhere on the Internet. However, there are few who are not so impressed as well and went to twitter with their views on the design and the colour scheme.
Sony shared in the event that the Playstation 5 console will be available in two versions. They came up with a new digital version along with the standard version with a Blu-ray drive. Gaming fans are still unclear about the pricing for the Playstation 5 as Sony hasn’t revealed the price yet.
Fans are guessing that the digital edition may be slightly cheaper due to the missing Blu-ray drive. For gamers who love using their PS4, the standard version will be with the blue-ray drive.
Everything you need to know about PS5:
- Sony said that they would release PS5 during “Holiday 2020” in the US.
- The PS5 is the next-gen PlayStation console, which will replace the PS4 Slim and PS4 Pro version.
- Gamers will be able to play PS4 games on the PS5.
- Yes, PS5 will have VR, and it will be compatible with PSVR hardware.
- Sony has not revealed the cost yet, but we can expect the PS5 will cost more than PS4, but gaming experts have suggested it around $499.
- PS5 has lots of games, which include a new Spider-Man entry, a Horizon Zero Dawn sequel, a Demon’s Souls remake, and Evil 8.
Sony Revealed PS5 Games During The PS5 Event
This is the most exciting part and game enthusiasts have been discussing it for a long time now. Sony shared the titles of third-party games that fans can expect to play on the PlayStation 5. Gameplay footage was not shown during the event. All games were shown off on the PS5 through in-engine trailers to show off the impressive visuals.
Sony unveiled the full list of games below:
- Grand Theft Auto 5 Enhanced (Release Date: 2021)
- Kena: Bridge of Spirits (Release Date: 2020)
- Spider-Man: Miles Morales (Release Date: 2020)
- Returnal (Release Date: TBD)
- Gran Turismo 7 (Release Date: TBD)
- Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart (Release Date: TBD)
- Project Athia (Release Date: TBD)
- Stray (Release Date: 2021)
- Oddworld: Soulstorm (Release Date: 2020)
- Sackboy: A Big Adventure (Release Date: 2020)
- Solar Ash (Release Date: 2021)
- GhostWire Tokyo (Release Date: 2021)
- Godfall (Release Date: 2020)
- Hitman III (Release Date: 2021)
- Pragmata (Release Date: 2022)
- Astro Bot (Release Date: TBD)
- Little Devil Inside (Release Date: 2020)
- NBA 2K21 (Release Date: 2020)
- Bugsnax (Release Date: 2020)
- Horizon: Forbidden West (Release Date: TBD)
- Deathloop (Release Date: 2020)
- Resident Evil: Village (Release Date: 2021)
The Internet’s Reactions to Playstation5
The Internet has mixed reactions for PS5 some of which are really funny.