If you’ve been waiting for news of Sony’s new PlayStation console and missed Sony’s keynote speech at CES, it shouldn’t be too sorry, as the PS5’s new logo is the only new thing that PS executive Jim Ryan shared, according tomedia. On Monday, local time, Sony unveiled its latest PS logo at CES 2020.
It seems the company didn’t invest a lot of time, money or energy in this concept, because it has little to do with the PS4 except for the number from 4 to 5.
In response, Sony was seen as lacking in creativity and started making fun of it on social media platforms.
This is a bit ironic, because in Sony’s 30-minute CES keynote speech, CEO Kenichi Yoshida praised the company’s creativity as unstoppable. To be honest, the company hasn’t changed the playStation’s logo since Sony redesigned the PlayStation for the PS3.
Jim Ryan, president of Sony Interactive Entertainment, was a surprise at the CES event, just over a year after PS announced it would not attend any trade shows for the foreseeable future.
But with the exception of the PS5 logo and some of the montage of previously released PS4 games, Ryan didn’t share any new content. His 10-minute speech could even be skipped.
Still, the executive promised to reveal more details about the console when the PS5 is due to be released this holiday season.