Following the last night logo reveal at CES 2020, new concept images of PlayStation 5 have surfaced online. This time, the design is a lot more realistic and it closely follows the design of the devkit model.
Sony and their next-gen console are once again the stars of the show after last night's CES 2020 appearance. The Japanese tech giant only revealed the brand new logo of PlayStation 5 and that was enough to start a new round of hype and discussions all over the internet.
Shortly after the reveal of the PlayStation 5 logo, new images showing the concept design of the console surfaced on Twitter. Coming from an unknown author, the new concept design looks pretty slick and it's safe to say it's the most realistic one yet.
It's similar to the PS5 devkit design with a large cooling shroud at the back. The front and side panels look completely closed which is not an ideal solution for cooling but of course, this is just a concept, not an actual approved design. We also noticed that the design does not include a single button, which is a bit odd. It's possible that they are well hidden to keep the slick and minimalistic design.
Sony are yet to fully reveal PlayStation 5 and according to some earlier rumours, that could happen at the big PlayStation event in February 2020. Keep in mind that this is yet to be officially announced by the company but the rumours are pretty strong and it wouldn't be surprising if we finally got a first look at the new console next month.