PlayStation 5 Dev Kit Render Suggest Hybrid Design


Gaming enthusiasts are eagerly waiting for the launch of Sony'sPlayStation 5. There is already a lot of buzz about the console on the internet. Sony is yet to disclose the design of the PS5, however, the latest leak render has showcased the design of the console. The images of PlayStation 5 dev kit give us a closer look. Here are the details:

PlayStation 5 Dev Kit Render Suggest Hybrid Design


The renders posted by LetsGoDigital show that the company is monitoring the dev kit closely. Now, LetsGoDigital has released the images of the device.

Looking at the render we must say that the console looks hybrid, but we are not expecting the potential design of the upcoming PS5 similar to the dev kit. The render suggests that the console come in a large V-shaped design along with top vents. The front panel also comes with several indicators and USB ports.

PlayStation 5 Dev Kit Render Suggest Hybrid Design

The vents are shown all over the design of the dev kit which suggests a better cooling system in the upcoming console. It also features indicators like System Init and Network Init. Let's Go Digital render has also mentioned that this is a prototype. So we can say that Sony might not work on the same design.

PlayStation 5 Dev Kit Render Suggest Hybrid Design


Sony has confirmed that the company is planning to launch the PlayStation 5 in 2020. This clearly means that we are not going to witness the finished design anytime soon. Meanwhile, we recommend you to take this information with the pinch of salt and wait for the official teasers to confirm the design of the PlayStation 5 because it will be too early to jump to any conclusion.

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