• If it ain't broke, don't fix it. That's the motto that Sony has going into the next console generation, or at least, in regards to the marketing for it. CES 2020 is currently underway, showing off all the upcoming hardware for the ensuing year, including game consoles. Sony's CES 2020 media event kept details to a minimum, choosing to instead go over information already previously announced, such as the system's ultra-fast SSD, 3D audio, and ray-tracing among them. What was new to the briefing, was the first official usage of the PlayStation 5's logo, which looks exactly the same as the PlayStation logos before it. Just like the PlayStation 3 and 4 logos, the PlayStation 5 is simplified down to "PS5" on a flat colored background, in the iconic font, along with a PlayStation symbol appearing before it. The PlayStation 5 is still projected for a holiday 2020 release.

    Additionally, during the media event, Sony revealed that PlayStation 4 sales have reached 106 million units worldwide, shifting around 3.5 million consoles during the holiday season. Meanwhile, PlayStation VR surpassed 5 million headsets sold. We also now have the total sales of combined physical and digital PlayStation 4 games, which is 1.15 billion games sold, across the PlayStation Network and retailers around the globe.