Sony PlayStation 5: Specs, Review and Price in Cameroon

After months of secrecy, Sony has finally revealed the design of its next-gen PlayStation 5 console. It launched two of them, a standard edition and a digital edition (with no optical drive). We expect it to be found in the African Market, particularly in Cameroon, Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa.

The PlayStation 5 has a sleek design covered by white panels on either side, sandwiching a black interior. The center portion has a standard USB-A and a USB-C port on the front, along with LED lighting (blue) and vents along its top curve. The rear of the console remains a mystery as of now.

PS5 is placed in a vertical stand (something Sony has always been known to have for its consoles). Whether this stand is a part of the design or a separate accessory remains a mystery.

Notably, the two consoles are marked by the disappearance of the 4K UHD Blu-ray drive on the Digital Edition. However, this model is thinner and has a more uniform design, while the standard edition is bulky and somewhat more disproportionate.

The overall design aesthetic is precisely the sort of ambiguity that one would expect from the first iteration of any new PlayStation 5 generation. It perfectly aligns with the DualSense controller design, which already dominated the white and black aesthetic back in April. 

Compared to Microsoft's stark and minimal Xbox Series X design, the PlayStation 5 looks entirely like something out of science fiction.

Sony also launched a range of accessories for the new consoles. We have already been familiar with the previously mentioned DualSense controller, which will have haptic feedback and a built-in mic. There will also be a Charging Station to charge the two DualSense controllers simultaneously, an HD Camera for possible motion tracking, a brand-new Pulse 3D Wireless Headset, and a Media Remote for utilizing the console as a Blu-ray player and streaming box.

Sony also showcased many new games, including Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Gran Turismo 7, Horizon Forbidden West, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, NBA 2K21, Resident Evil Village, Deathloop, Hitman III, etc.

There's also a new update for GTA V, which will get more content, technical upgrades, visual enhancements, and a performance fix when it releases on the PS5 in the second half of 2021.

Price of the Sony PlayStation 5

Aside from all the specifications, the cost of the Playstation 5 in Cameroon is 400,000 XAF.

You can check out the new trailers and more on the PlayStation Blog.
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