PS5 Logo Revealed by Sony at CES – More Information To Come Soon?

At CES 2020 Sony just revealed some more information regarding their upcoming next-gen console – the PS5. While we’ve known that the PS5 will launch towards the end of this year, we didn’t know much else, aside from leaked specs. Well, along with the confirmation, here’s the PlayStation 5 logo that Sony revealed:

Sony only talked about the PS5 for a little bit before moving on to provide updated sales figures for the PS4 and PSVR. As of today, Sony has sold over 106 million PS4 consoles, 5 million PSVR units, and over 1.15 billion PS4 games. Compared with Microsoft, these numbers are well beyond what Xbox could ever hope to reach this generation. By numbers alone, it’s clear just how well PlayStation has dominated this generation. We even got a sneak peek at the already confirmed PS5 features:

All of these have been confirmed for a while now by Mark Cerny, with them being revealed in an exclusive interview at Wired. We provided our own analysis of what the next-gen consoles, both the PS5 and the Xbox Series X, have to offer.

We’ll keep you updated on more PlayStation news as it drops over the course of the year.

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