The short spot, all in black and white, features a few key creatives that helped with the design and production of the PlayStation 5 console. Ahead of its launch, the company confirmed that the Sony PlayStation 5 will come loaded with several online streaming apps. Sony also has a non-exhaustive list of additional streaming apps on the way, including Amazon Prime Video, MyCanal, Hulu, Peacock (NBC's new streaming service) "and more".
Sony says the PS5's DualSense controller is only compatible with its upcoming console, but the video clearly shows otherwise. While this won't make much difference in India, HBO Max subscribers in the United States will be affected.
While the industry's efforts to make home gaming consoles the centre of family entertainment have had their bumps and weird spots - is anyone still using an Xbox One Digital TV Tuner? - the reality of 2020 is that it would be pretty unusual if the PS5 didn't support a wide array of streaming services out of the box.
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It's not just PS5 owners who will be able to binge the rather excellent Mythic Quest, as Apple TV is also going to appear on the PS4 as an app options as well.
The head of global parent development and relations, Phil Rosenberg, shared through a blog post that popular streaming apps will be available on the PlayStation 5 at launch. The new Control Center allows users to quickly switch between channels, skip, and pause music.
The hype for next-gen gaming only continues to grow, but after seeing the frenzy Travis Scott has created with other collaborations, it's no surprise that Sony would want to have him pushing their new console. Above these buttons, there are the play/pause, fast forward and fast reverse controls, along with controls to navigate. There are dedicated buttons for Netflix, YouTube, Spotify, and Disney+.