Sony PS5 McDonald's Controller Australia
In celebration of McDonald’s Australia’s 50th birthday, the chain has created a special edition Sony PlayStation 5 DualSense controller to give away to 50 lucky fans. Sure, you can purchase custom skins from various retailers online for your DualSense controller, but none are quite as desirable as this one, or at least from a collector’s point of view. Featuring the famous yellow and red color scheme, fry graphics and a McDonald’s logo that sits in the center of the touchpad.

AI Sony PS5 Voice Assistant Ellie
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There’s Google Assistant, Apple Siri, and Sony Ellie? Considering that there are no game consoles to date with a dedicated voice assistant, it would not be too outlandish to imagine one for the upcoming PlayStation 5. Players would be able to ask Ellie to save / load games, download updates, provide game tutorial walkthroughs, and lots more. Read more for a video showing how it might work.

Sony PlayStation 5 Black DualSense
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Despite minor supply chain issues, Sony is still expected to launch the PlayStation 5 this holiday season. Many have seen the bizarre-looking developer kit, and more than likely that will not be how the final production unit looks. Italy-based industrial designer Giuseppe Spinelli wanted to give fans a preview of what a “Black Edition” PS5, along with a matching DualSense controller, could look like. Read more for additional pictures.

Sony PS5 Dev Kit
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Mark Cerny first officially broke the news about Sony’s upcoming PlayStation 5 game console in an interview with Wired back in April 2019. Since then, the company has went on to confirm the name and its planned release of late 2020. So far, we know that it’s powered by AMD’s Ryzen 7 nm Zen 2 architecture with 8 cores/16 threads, a Radeon Navi-family GPU using the RDNA microarchitecture, and a custom SSD storage solution. Read more for a video about the dev kit and additional information.

Sony PS5 Loading Times
Wall Street Journal’s Takashi Mochizuki recently posted a new video on Twitter teasing the PlayStation 5 loading times. To be more specific, it was “Sony’s official video comparing performance of PS4 Pro vs next-gen PlayStation.” You’ll not only get a glimpse of the loading times, but also the performance of Marvel’s Spider-Man between a PS4 Pro and PS5. Read more for the video and additional information.

Sony PlayStation 5 PS5

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A new PlayStation 5 leak reveals when the console will actually be announced to the world, and despite Sony officially confirming that they would not be at E3 2019, one analyst claims it will be revealed in mid-2019 at its very own press event, with a March 2020 release date. It’s reportedly capable of stable 4K @ 60 fps, thanks to an 8-core AMD Ryzen processor, and will be priced from $500. Read more for additional pictures and information.