With the launch of the PlayStation 5 just a bit over a month away, Sony has released an “up close and personal look” at the PS5 in an official teardown video. In this video, you can see what’s inside the console itself, and get a scale of how big it is in person.
Watch the full PS5 teardown here:
The PS5 teardown is interesting for a lot of reasons. Firstly, the PS5 is actually quite easy to take apart, meaning console repairs shouldn’t be too difficult (which is always a plus). The video also gives us a look at the various components inside the PS5, as well as the cooling solutions used for the console that should help keep it cool.
Another thing of note in the PS5 teardown is that it gave us a look at how the console’s stand attaches, both horizontally and vertically. We are also shown the various ports on the PS5, including a USB Type-C, three USB Type-A, a LAN, and and HDMI port.
The PS5 is priced at USD 499 for the standard edition and USD 399 for the Digital Edition. The console launches on November 12, 2020 in the US, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and South Korea. Meanwhile, the PS5 will launch in the rest of the world on November 19, 2020. No word yet on the console’s release final release date and pricing in the Philippines though.
In related news, the X is confirm, O is cancel for the PS5 worldwide.