- Oct 25, 2017
Wish they had stacked them up. Basically looks bad ass.
People have overlayed the patent drawings for both ds4 and ds5, and the changes are quite small.
Which one is which? Did they make it a tad smaller or bigger?People have overlayed the patent drawings for both ds4 and ds5, and the changes are quite small.
DS5 looking nice. I still think their could be a light bar up top, but without a visible cutout. The light on the touchpad of newer DS4s is hidden when the controller is off so maybe they have similar translucency on top with the DS5.www.resetera.com
I would think it's to maximise airflow if the kits are stacked.
Yeah this reminds me of alienware PCs and other edgy shit like that. On another note I think the PS4 Slim looks decent enough. Not like Xbox One X or S, but it's good enough. Can't agree with the DS5 being larger, 4 fits into my tiny hands perfectly. :/Really hope the final shipped console takes a page from Microsoft’s book on industrial design. The PS4 and PS4 Pro are ugly as fuck. Xbox One X is a wonderful looking machine. Also glad the DS4 is going to be a tad bit larger, will make it more comfortable.
The Slim is the best of the PS4 family for sure. I personally think the triple stack of the Pro and the thick eraser look of the launch are both terrible. Xbox One launch console was ugly too.
Some have used it. And the two buttons under it can be used for. I think its only there for PS4 game functionality. Would be nice if they had one without it though for sure
I wonder if the current DS4 will be discontinued and the DS5 will be BC in addition to being bundled in PS4 retail boxes. this way they don't have to manufacture two sets of controllers.
I'm sure the ds4 will be much cheaper to make at this point than the ds5 and all the new things inside it.
The PS2 fat and PS2 slim's design was so good that Microsoft aped it for the One X (I'm only partially joking, but the One X is really close to a PS2 with some lines removed)
This sprung to mind at first, as well.
I think the DS5 will somehow emulate (sorry if that's not the best way to describe it) the lightbar, can't see Sony forcing people to go out to buy a DS4 if they don't have one already just so they can play their PS4VR games.
Would be interesting to see how the DS5 would do something like that.
PSVR2 most probably will come with its own split controllers like Oculus Quest and for PSVR you'll need the DS4. But if you're buying PS5 and in market for a VR headset, why would you buy first gen PSVR anyway? And if you're planning on using first gen PSVR with PS5, you probably already have a DS4.
Ah I see. I was assuming that PSVR 2 may work the same way psvr 1 does, but ps5 may have some built-in tracking hardware for a next-gen motion controller, like an advanced version of what the Wii had.PSVR2 most probably will come with its own split controllers like Oculus Quest and for PSVR you'll need the DS4. But if you're buying PS5 and in market for a VR headset, why would you buy first gen PSVR anyway? And if you're planning on using first gen PSVR with PS5, you probably already have a DS4.
We definitely need a proper "Your prediction for The Big Three at the end of The Next Generation" thread at some ppoint, just like back in the day, so anyone can tell the story why XBOX will definitely be vaporized, just like basically everyone was sure PlayStation would get creamed this gen.
I love the design of the original PS2 and it's probably my favorite console design. I like the design of the Xbox One S and X very much for exactly that reason. There'd be no better news for me than the PS5 going back to a similar design, after the atrocious PS3 and whatever the PS4 was.
PSVR2 will use infrared blasters and inside-out tracking for sure. But if they allow us to hook up a PSVR1 to the PS5, you would probably need to use a Dualshock 4 too and the old PS4 camera.