As per Sony's latest quarterly earnings report, the company sold 2.8 million PlayStation 4 consoles between July and September, bringing the cumulative lifetime sales of the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro to 102.8 million. ®4 and three games: God of War, the last of us remastered, and Horizon Zero Dawn: complete edition, all for $ 199, available at Walmart, Best Buy, GameStop and Amazon.
The most guarded secret though is the design of the PlayStation 5, which is likely to go on sale during the holiday season in 2020. Shown below is a PS5 devkit image that shows two units sitting comfortably next to each other.
One might think that Sony's heavily guarded secret is out in the open, but that's far from the truth.
Typically, dev kits look nothing like the final product, and the PlayStation 5 might be no exception to this unspoken rule.
Back in October, we posted a story showcasing what was allegedly a real-life PS5 devkit. The reason it's large and v-shaped is to make them more easily stackable for devs who are running multiple stress tests.
Some users still expressed concern that the PS5 might run especially loud if Sony keeps this fan design, while others are anxious about potential heat issues if the system requires that sort of extensive air cooling system.