The June 2020 PlayStation 5 event ended with something people have likely been wanting since the system was announced. Sony finally revealed the PlayStation 5 console design. Not only that, but it showed that there will be two models. One is a standard system, while the other is a PlayStation 5 Digital Edition with no disc drive.
First, Sony showed off the standard PlayStation 5 console design. This is a plain white system, which matches the already revealed DualSense controller. It has a disc drive in the front.
With the PlayStation 5 Digital Edition, it is a system that doesn’t have a drive.
Here’s a picture of both systems next to each other.
Here is a picture of the standard and PlayStation 5 Digital Edition, with a headset, media remote, and DualSense charger near them.
The official Twitter account has shared a clip of the presentation, giving people a chance to see both versions of the system from different angles. If you watch the segment, you can see the USB drives shown off, with what looks like a USB-C also shown, and have a better sense of the PS5 console design’s nuances and use of color.
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) June 11, 2020
The PlayStation 5 will launch in 2020.