Category PS5 News       Thread starter PSXHAX       Start date Oct 19, 2019 at 8:36 AM       7,827       22            
Following the PS5 Development Kit Design Patent and PlayStation 5 Development Kit 3D Renders, this weekend ZONEofTECH shared some leaked Sony PS5 Dev Kit Prototype Images on Twitter with a video below from their YouTube Channel. :love:

Personally I'm glad the retail PlayStation 5 console design will likely differ from the PS5 DevKit Prototype hardware... it simply doesn't look next-generation enough compared to some of the fan-made concept designs we've seen thus far:
PS5 (2020) - EXCLUSIVE First Look at Prototype 1

Keep watch on our PS5 News forum for any other leaked images of Sony's PlayStation 5 Development Kit hardware as they surface, and cheers to salah_rgh2 for the heads-up earlier today! šŸ»

Leaked PS5 Dev Kit Prototype Images Surface from ZONEofTECH.jpg

Leaked PS5 Dev Kit Prototype Images Surface from ZONEofTECH 2.jpg

Leaked PS5 Dev Kit Prototype Images Surface from ZONEofTECH 3.jpg



I have a strong feeling that's just how the devkit is going to look and not retail... I hope.
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