PS5 designer initially wanted to make PS5 bigger


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The new generation has now begun for gamers, and in this generation, there are three different new generation consoles with beautiful designs. PlayStation 5 stands out a little in terms of physicality, especially with its size.

PS5 designer initially wanted to make PS5 bigger
PS5 designer initially wanted to make PS5 bigger

Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S have been released as of today. PlayStation 5 will be released in the United States on November 12, and in the rest of the countries on November 19. Those who pre-order or new orders have already prepared or are preparing the location of their new console at home.

Since the introduction of the new generation consoles, players have talked a lot about the design of the consoles. The designs of both consoles are fine, but the Xbox Series X is a bit stronger, while the PlayStation 5 has a more elegant design. Both consoles have a different design style in short.

Although the design of the PlayStation 5 is elegant, its size and weight are quite high. The PlayStation 5 has a length of 39 cm and a width of 10.4 cm. Approximately 5 kg. If you have looked at the videos or photos that are broadcast, you can see that when placed vertically in front of an average television, it turns off the screen completely.

Although this design was great for us, Yujin Morisawa, the designer of PlaySatiton 5, designed the PlayStation 5 larger in the designs he originally drew. Yujin Morisawa, who wanted the PlayStation 5 to be larger, had to shrink the design upon request from the engineers. You can see the average size of the PlayStation 5 from the Twitter post below.

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