For a long time, Sony has been reluctant to share information about PlayStation 5 consoles. Fortunately, however, this has improved with the recent release of the DualSense gamepad. Jim Ryan, president and chief executive of Sony Interactive Entertainment, announced that the company will share more information about console designs in the coming months and reiterated plans for the fall 2020 launch.
Although information about the rival Xbox Series X has been largely exposed, it remains unclear what design Sony’s PlayStation 5 will use and what the exact retail price will be.
Last week, Dutch technology media letsGoDigital issued a notice that it would soon share a PlayStation 5 created by renowned Italian designer Giuseppe Spinelli. Although the relevant concept video is still in the process of production, the media shared several HD renderings in advance.
The renderings by veteran designer Giuseppe Spinelli are renowned for their realistic nature, producing both black and white colors. In his design, the Sony PlayStation 5 looks very rounded and elegant, with a glowing blue border on the top. Of course, the PlayStation logo is also used on consoles, as well as a range of vents. Multiple connection ports are available on the back, while the front provides access to the disk drive and two USB ports.
DualSense controllers have button layouts as familiar as DualShock controllers. However, the angle of the trigger has changed, the grip has also made some minor updates, the overall appearance and feel is certainly different, but also new. The share button gives way to the Create button, which is the same and more. In addition, haptic feedback and adaptive triggers will provide players with an additional immersive gaming experience.
The above image is from https://nl.letsgodigital.org/spelcomputers-games/sony-playstation-5-dualsense-game-controller/