PlayStation 5 is indeed a pleasant surprise in case Sony does make use of the design. Users are in for a treat with this new dimension design. PlayStation 5 will make its mark.
Technology has made a lot of strides and PlayStation 5 is also an added dimension to it.
In case a person has some misgivings about that leaked PlayStation game console patent that could be the long-awaited PlayStation 5, that person is in for a pleasant surprise if Sony does use the design. At least, if the actual production model were to look anything similar to the 3D rendering that LetsGoDigital designed them. PS5 design is also to be considered.
The first to report about the leaked patent, the Dutch publication has created their 3D renderings for what could be the next PlayStation 5. It is all based on the patent illustrations that they managed to obtain showcasing the console from different angles. This does include the back section and its ports.
On account of misgivings about that leaked PlayStation game console patent that could be the long-awaited PlayStation 5, the affected person might be in for a pleasant surprise if Sony uses the design. At least, if the actual production model were to look quite similar to the 3D rendering that LetsGoDigital designed them.
While the console in those illustrations might appear to be like a weird-looking night vision device from the future – and rather a departure from the PS4 design, LetsGoDigital’s 3D renderings have enhanced its cool factor by a few notches. PS5 design is also another choice.
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A taste of things to come
As opposed to the boring white on the shaded gray look the console has been sporting in the illustrations, LetsGoDigital does provide the rumored PS5 an all-black sleek and shiny exterior. It also does come complete with a PS5 logo, multimedia buttons, and blue lighting.
To make it look even more attractive, that curved V shape on top, which it has been speculated could be about the Roman numeral V, as well as side slits located near the bottom that could be the vents, is lit up with LED lighting. Finally, there look to be five USB ports in the front for connecting controllers, USB headphones and external hard drives to the console.
Of course, these 3D models are entirely speculative. It has been confirmed that the design was indeed registered in the WIPO (World Intellectual Property Office) database this August, and Matt Stott, Senior Artist at Codemasters, did say in a now-deleted tweet that it is the PS5 Dev Kit. Still, the only way to know how exactly the PlayStation 5 will look is when Sony does release official images of the console themselves.
It is important to wait and see how accurate these 3D renderings are. It is also necessary to have a proper look at PS5 design.