The Japanese electronics giant Sony cut down the suspense by revealing details about its next-generation gaming console, and the company showcased the logo of the much-anticipated PlayStation 5 at the ongoing CES 2020 event. However, Sony disappointed its fans as well as the entire industry by not showcasing the gaming console.
Speaking about the logo of the upcoming PlayStation 5, it is looking the same as the current generation and only the number has changed. Along with the new logo, the company has also shared some numbers related to the sales of its predecessors.
According to Sony, the PSVR sold over 5 million units since 2016, the company also said that the PlayStation 4 has sold over 104 million units, and the PlayStation 2 was sold 158 million units in its lifetime.
Coming back to the PlayStation 5, the company confirmed that it will feature 8K graphics, ray tracing capability, SSDs, and it will also support backwards with the PlayStation 4. Unfortunately, the company did not reveal any hardware details of the upcoming device. Finally, Sony has confirmed that it will available during the holidays of 2020 which means we can see it in the retail markets by December 2020.