TURN ON, a content magazine that supports German retailer Saturn recently released a concept video that details how the company hopes Sony‘s PlayStation 5 console and controller will look and function. The highly-anticipated console won’t be released until the 2020 holiday season, so there’s still plenty of time left before Sony reveals a final design. However, TURN ON touches on some features worth pointing out, including wireless charging for the proposed DualShock 5 controller as well as an LED screen across the controller’s face.
There’s little anyone knows about the console’s final form, but it has been confirmed that the PlayStation 5’s system will include an AMD chip and graphics processing unit that supports ray tracing, a rendering technique that allows lighting effects to appear more realistic. PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan has also announced that the console will feature backward compatibility with the PS4 and reduced energy consumption.
Read up on the full set of confirmed details surrounding the PlayStation 5, through our comprehensive guide to the console’s specs.
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