Sony released its official PlayStation 5 teardown video
Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) had officially released its own teardown video of the PlayStation 5 (PS5), which was scheduled to launch on November this year.
This, after Sony officially revealed the physical look of PlayStation 5 – both the regular version and the Digital Edition.
According to Sony, the company had started conceptualizing the PlayStation5 in 2015 and spent five years designing and developing the said console.
With just more than a month to go until the official launch of the PlayStation 5, the company had shared a detailed look at the internal hardware of the said console in a teardown video.
The said video gave the public a better understanding of the PlayStation 5 hardware and answered questions around cooling potential, SSD upgradeability, thermal performance, and whether the side panels of the console were removable.
In the said video, the teardown was led by Yasuhiro Ootori – Sony’s Vice President of Mechanical Design Department – showing the internals of the PS5 and identifying the specs of the said console as well.
Watch the full teardown video below:
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Sony PS5 was set to launch on November 12, 2020, in seven key markets: Japan, the United States, Mexico, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and South Korea.
In a report on Yugatech, the Digital Edition of PS5 has a starting price of USD 399.99 | JPY 39,980 | EUR 399.99, while the regular version of PS5 with an Ultra HD Blu-ray disc drive was priced at USD 499.99 | JPY 49,980 | EUR 499.99.