Sony has already spilled the beans on its next-generation console PlayStation 5. Sony has revealed the first tidbits of information for its next-generation console–most likely named PlayStation 5, but that hasn’t been confirmed. Sony has already promised that the Sony Playstation 5(PS5) will support 8K graphics, 3D audio, super-fast SSDs, and backward compatibility with existing PlayStation 4 games. Now, we have a new set of details of PS5 design.
New details come from Gizmodo which points out that Sony’s next-gen console is codenamed ‘Prospero’ and even features a built-in camera. The article has kept the tipster as anonymous who sent over photographs of the next-gen console to the publication. The original source even claims to be working on Xbox Project Scarlett.
Below patent design for PlayStation 5 was revealed earlier in August:
Sony Interactive Entertainment has patent a unknown electronic device that looks similar to a PlayStation Dev Kit system. Could this be PlayStation 5 Development Kit? Source: https://t.co/uQWjKtkqJy pic.twitter.com/cl08VEj4SU
— Andrew Marmo (@the_marmolade) August 20, 2019
Moreover, the source claims that both PS5 and Xbox Project Scarlett are designed, keeping streaming as the main focus and therefore, both will feature built-in cameras. The leak further reveals that Xbox Project Scarlett will feature a much better camera with a 4K resolution while PlayStation 5 will be equipped with older camera tech. Also, PS5 alongside Xbox Project Scarlett are believed to have the ‘greatest compute jump in any console’.
However, rumours, leaks and speculations are all we will be seeing for the next couple of months until the next-gen consoles finally arrive. We can’t be sure of anything yet and can only hope that the rumours come true and the consoles offer a heart-warming gaming and streaming experience.