Well, that was the hardest thing to make at Sony’s office, eh, right? Sony officially confirmed the PlayStation 5 logo during its conference at CES 2020 and it isn’t different from what everyone knew it would be like. Sony followed the same theme as its previous consoles and simply replaced the number with the next one, the PS5. It is no news that Sony has announced the console for a holiday 2020 release which is less than 10-11 months away.
Microsoft, Sony’s closest rival in the console wars already announced its next Xbox, Xbox Series X and also confirmed the design of the console. Unfortunately, Sony only unveiled the PS5’s logo at its conference and we may have to wait till June during the E3 Expo in Los Angeles to get concrete details about what the game would officially look like.
The PS4 is not going away yet anytime soon with some big games already confirmed for this year. The Last of Us Part II and Ghost of Tsushima have been given release dates. Last year, it was reported Sony had filed trademarks for the PS6, PS7, PS8, PS9 and PS10. This shows Sony is not going away anytime soon and the PlayStation series will be around for a very long time.
Microsoft and Sony are both claiming its next console will be the fastest ever; it is certain both consoles will take gaming to the next level. The DualShock 5 is confirmed to feature haptic technology and adaptive triggers and we might have also gotten a hint it will come with the new accessory Sony recently announced for the PS4.