Monday, January 6, 2020

PlayStation 5 Logo Revealed at Sony CES 2020

Sony has revealed new official logo for upcoming PlayStation 5 gaming console at press event of CES 2020.

In April 2019, Sony Interactive Entertainment lead system architect Mark Cerny came out revealing some major PlayStation 5 details and CEO Jim Ryan later announced a possible release window that is set for holiday 2020.

It seemed a lot like Sony is still trying to keep final design of their next-generation console a secret for a little longer but has unveiled official logo for PS5 console, which didn't look like anything unexpected though.

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PlayStation 5 Logo Revealed at Sony CES 2020

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Showed off earlier in Sony's CES 2020 press conference, new logo for PS5 follows their same slick style that they are using since PlayStation 2. They clearly are not showing intention of slowing down in console war anytime soon.

When PlayStation 5 finally arrives this year, it is said to have backwards compatibility to even play games from original PlayStation platform. However, there is no official affirmation of that claim yet as well as a live display of demonstration.

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Even though Sony is holding onto a grand unveiling of their upcoming console, many developers are already working with it. Several leaked image showed how PS5 dev kits look like in past few months with anticipation for some exclusive titles.

Despite many developers are constantly leaning towards working on their next game for newest consoles, it simply won't make PlayStation 4 outdated soon as a bunch of AAA-titles for the platform are going to see release in 2020.

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With PS4 selling over 100 million units till date and having nearly same number of active players for each month, Sony has filed trademarks for PS6, PS7, PS8, PS9 and PS10, believing to dominate at least five more console generations.

Sony would likely to drop more information on PlayStation 5 features and launch titles as we march ahead in 2020. Currently, they expect PS5 to have a six to seven years lifecycle and is considering adding a PS5-Pro upgrade at some point.