The developer kit of the PlayStation 5 has once again surfaced. Sharing via Facebook reveals both the developer kit of PlayStation 5 and the general details of the joystick used in this kit.
Japan-based technology giant Sony has been working on a new game console PlayStation 5, towards the end of 2020 will meet gamers. Sony says the new game console will be revolutionary and will include more high-end gaming technologies. As such, the PlayStation 5 is eagerly awaited by gamers.
It is undeniable that the PlayStation 5’s technical specifications will be top-notch. However, gamers are not only interested in the technical features of the PlayStation 5, but also in the design. But so far we have no knowledge of the final design of the PlayStation 5.
Recently, a platform called “LetsGoDigital” shared a patent that it claimed to belong to the PlayStation 5. The design in this patent was thought to belong to the PlayStation 5, and the following explanations revealed that the design actually belonged to the developer kit of the PlayStation 5. Even recently, the developer kit of the PlayStation 5 was first seen in bloody live.
Now a new development has taken place, and the developer kit for the PlayStation 5 has once again come to light. Images shared via Facebook have once again revealed the developer kit of PlayStation 5. Although the sharing user requested that his post not be shared, this was not possible on the Internet, and the developer kit of the PlayStation 5 was shared by all users who saw the sharing.
Here are the photos of the PlayStation 5 developer kit:
These shared images show the general details of the PlayStation 5 developer kit. In fact, we have seen this image in the past, but the most remarkable point of these visuals, is about the game arm. It seems that companies developing games for the PlayStation 5 are using equipment that is very similar to the one currently used on the PlayStation 4.
Does this design reflect the PlayStation 5?
Some gamers believe that the design of the PlayStation 5 developer kit may also belong to the PlayStation 5. However, to be clear, such a situation is not very likely. Because Sony is developing a separate design for the PlayStation series and a separate design for the consumers. As a result, we can say that we will not see this PlayStation 5 ‘developer kit and game arm design on the shelves in the future.