The patent sketches also reinforce that the new headset could be wireless providing PlayStation VR gamers with more freedom in the virtual worlds being created for the PlayStation 5 console. However, some details have been officially revealed recently, such as the hardware specs and other features that can help us figure out the approximate price of the new console.
Comely yesterday Sony shared a bevy of PlayStation 5 news in an broad interview with Wired.
Secret's out! Sony will be releasing the PlayStation 5 sometime in Holiday 2020, just in time for holiday payday. Sony hasn't confirmed yet if it'll be called the DualShock 5. Despite it being our game of the show at E3 2019, will it be overshadowed by the numerous big games that are releasing around it, or will this extra development time pay off for the sequel?
Wired got an exclusive preview of the PS5 controller, and it says the device looks "an very bad lot like the PS4's DualShock 4". In addition to the much expected spec bump, the PS5 will ship with a new controller that will have a "reimagined" the touch sense.
As for the GPU, we doubt it will be as expensive as AMD's latest GPUs and Nvidia's 2080.
Employees told VGC that SIE Europe is often left in the dark regarding elements such as upcoming State of Play contents, and also had no idea that the PlayStation 5 details were being announced that day.
While there's much more to share about PlayStation 5 in the year ahead, we have plenty of blockbuster experiences coming your way on PS4, including Death Stranding, The Last of Us Part II, and Ghost of Tsushima. The company has launched PlayStation, PS One (redesigned PlayStation), PlayStation 2, PlayStation 2 Slimline, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 3 "Slim" model, "Super Slim" PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 4 Slim and PlayStation 4 Pro.
Of course, until we get an official confirmation, all of this is merely speculation.