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The redesigned PlayStation 5 (PS5) from Sony already has a winning formula


Despite the PlayStation 5’s enormous form factor, which was met with significant criticism, there were rumours that a redesign was in the works nearly as soon as the console was shown to the public for the first time. This was the case despite the fact that the console was revealed to the public. On the internal front, there have only been a few small tweaks made up until this point; however, it would appear that the most significant and significant update to date is on its way.

We have it on good authority that Sony is working diligently on a PlayStation 5 system that will contain a detachable hard drive that is compatible with the USB-C interface. This information was provided to us by a reliable source. It has now come to light that the device has already been released into the wild, and the people who created it have referred to it as being “flawless.”

Tom Henderson, who is notorious for leaking information about PlayStation games, stated on Twitter that the test kit has been given to the developers and is claimed to be “working perfectly.” Henderson is known for his habit of leaking information about PlayStation games. Recent comments made by Henderson indicate that Sony will launch the next iteration of the PlayStation 5 console somewhere in the middle of the next year. Henderson claims that the next iteration of the PlayStation 5 will either be made available for purchase on its own or will come bundled with the detachable optical disc drive.

The redesigned PlayStation 5 (PS5) from Sony already has a winning formula

The question that needs to be answered is: why exactly should gamers care about this breaking news? The PlayStation 5 is presently available in its digital edition as well as its disc edition, each of which is a separate product altogether. If you make the decision to buy the digital edition of something and then change your mind about it at a later time, you will no longer have the option to do so. It’s hard to argue with the appeal of spending money on a detachable gadget rather than splashing out cash for a full new console.