Sony has finally revealed the hardware design of the PlayStation 5 – it comes in a white-and-black design to match the new controller that will be included in the box.
It stands vertically and will include two versions: one with a 4K Blu-ray drive and a pure Digital Edition. The PS5 version without the optical drive looks thinner than the regular model, due to the removal of the drive.
It will feature a custom 825GB SSD that can load games fast, as well as an eight-core AMD Zen 2 CPU and a custom AMD RDNA 2-based GPU. The custom AMD chips will provide 10.28 teraflops of power using variable frequencies on both the CPU and GPU.
Most games will run at 4K resolution with speeds of 60 frames per second, but the system can handle resolutions up to 8K and frame rates up to 120 fps.
Sony has also created a number of accessories for the PS5, including a DualSense charging station, a new HD camera, a Pulse 3D wireless headset, and a media remote.
The DualSense controller features adaptive triggers, haptic feedback, and a new create button that’s designed to share gameplay content. The D-pad and buttons will remain on the top half of the controller while its two analog sticks will be on the bottom. The DualSense will have a center-mounted touchpad and a redesigned light bar that sits on each side of the touchpad.
The PS5 will support an more than 4,000 PlayStation 4 titles that exist today.
For more information, visit the official PlayStation website.