Sony: PS5 is the largest game console in modern history


Sony finally announced the price and release date of the next-generation game console PS5, and then the company also released a complete specification sheet, including the size of the game console, confirming that this console is modern The largest game console in history.

Sony just revealed its PS5 console: Here's what we know - CNET

Whether it is Xbox in 2001, Xbox One, PS3, PS5 is bigger than them. According to Sony, the PS5 is about 390 mm tall, 260 mm deep, and 104 mm wide . It is the largest game console you may have heard of. The version without an optical drive is only 12 mm thinner.

Enter these numbers into CompareSizes.com to compare the size of each game console:

From left to right: PS3 60GB, Xbox, Xbox One, PS5 Digital Edition, PS5

It can be seen that the PS5 is much larger and larger than the new Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S:

In addition, the PS5 weighs 4.5 kilograms, and the optical drive version is 3.9 kilograms.

Naijatechnews understands that PS5 will be the first to be sold in markets such as the United States, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea on November 12. After a week, it will be launched in other parts of the world, including Europe, the Middle East and South America. However, Chinese players may need to wait a little longer. The release date of PS5 in China has not yet been determined, and Sony said it will announce it at a later date.

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