Sony officially unveils the PlayStation 5 console along with charging station for the controller, a HD camera, a wireless headset and media remote.


SAMRIDDHA SAHA (Gl1tch_mast3r)


Jun, 12.2020

If you are already amazed after looking at the PlayStation DualSense controller and it's unique and curvy look, the PS5 console itself is here to take that design aesthetic to the next level. During Sony’s Future of Gaming live stream event, the company showed off a variety of new games coming to the forefront, and many of them you can expect to see around the launch of the PlayStation 5 this holiday 2020. At the end of the event, to make sure it left a lasting touch, audience members had their first chance to check out the latest console in all its glory, and there are two versions of the PlayStation 5 available.

There will be a standard PlayStation 5 version that accepts discs, and then a purely digital edition for players who prefer to download their games rather than rely on discs. Other than one accepting discs and the other only being able to download games, there should be no notable differences.The PS5 gameplay experience will be the same, so the choice is all yours. While there are some slight differences in the look of each model, for the overall design. The two consoles are nearly identical to one another, save for the traditional version having a large divet on its side for players to place in their discs. The two should run nearly the same, with the same hardware inside.PlayStation says, they wanted to deliver a console that’s bold, stunning, and unlike any previous generation of PlayStation. Alongside the console itself and DualSense controller, Sony showed off a charging station for the controller, a HD camera, a wireless headset and media remote. 

The big question is how much the PS5 will cost. The PS5's exact release date and price were not revealed and Sony stated in a press release that the pricing and additional details for the PlayStation 5 will arrive at a later date. According to leaked listings of the DualSense controller, the running theory is that the PlayStation 5 will release November 20, 2020. With just a couple months to go until the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X kick off the next console generation, Sony and Microsoft are finally beginning to get things going. That’s a wrap! Today was an exciting day for gamers around the world, as the PlayStation 5 showcase granted us our first look at PS5 games under development… and culminated with the reveal of the PS5 system itself.