Sony’s CES 2020 briefing brought with it some PlayStation 5 news, though it wasn’t much. Sony’s Jim Ryan appeared on stage to share some impressive stats regarding the PS4 and to reveal the PlayStation 5 logo. Here it is:
Ryan also spoke briefly about some of the features of the PlayStation 5, including 3D audio sound, adaptive triggers for the new controller, a faster SSD to improve loading times, as well as ray-tracing and an Ultra HD blu-ray drive. All of these features were already announced.
Ryan concluded his segment by saying further specifics about the PlayStation 5, including the game lineup and other features, will be announced at a later date.
If history is any indication, Sony may share more PlayStation 5 news soon. As you may remember, Sony officially announced the PlayStation 4 back in February 2013, one month after CES that year.
The PlayStation 5 launches in Holiday 2020 alongside Microsoft’s own next-generation console, Xbox Series X. Keep checking back with GameSpot for more on the PS5 and Xbox Series X.
Beyond the brief amount of PS5 talk, Ryan also shared some facts regarding the performance of Sony’s current-gen console, including that it’s now sold 106 million PS4s worldwide.