The Sony Playstation 5 is going to be the subject of a lot of leaks at E3 this year.
The most important leaks so far have been from leaks on the PS4’s internal hardware, with leaks from Sony Pictures and Sony Entertainment Software suggesting that the console is a little too small for its own good.
However, Sony is set to unveil a big reveal at E03 on June 7.
It’s the first time that the PS5 will be available to rent, with an option to rent it for $5 per day and $10 per week.
That’s a pretty hefty discount compared to what other PS4 owners are getting, so it’s worth taking a look at what to expect.
Sony is expected to show off a slew of games including the upcoming Uncharted 4 and the upcoming Metal Gear Solid 5.
We also have to wait for the PlayStation VR to be announced, and Sony’s announced a new set of virtual reality headsets.
All of this will be worth a look if you’re planning on attending E3.
Let’s take a look what’s on the way, shall we?
PlayStation VR: Sony is already showing off its new PlayStation VR headset.
The headset is the same size as the PSVR, but it’s been scaled down to fit the headset’s smaller frame.
It will have a 5-inch screen with a resolution of 960×540 pixels and a pixel density of 2160.
Sony says it’s “built to deliver the best possible gaming experience”.
Sony says that VR will be “the new home for PSVR experiences”.
The headset will be released on June 30.
The PSVR’s HDMI port: Sony has confirmed that it will use a separate HDMI port for the PS VR, instead of the standard HDMI port.
The HDMI port is the first HDMI port that is officially supported on the PlayStation 4.
There’s no confirmation of when that will be, but Sony says “it will be ready by the end of the year”.
The PlayStation VR’s PSVR camera: Sony hasn’t confirmed a release date for the new PlayStation Camera, but the PlayStation Camera is a standalone camera with built-in sensors for VR, which allows you to see the content of the virtual world.
Sony claims that “by using a combination of new sensors and high-resolution cameras we can deliver the most immersive gaming experience possible”.
PlayStation Camera will have its own dedicated controller: Sony said that the PlayStation camera will have an internal “keyboard-based control scheme” that it won’t share with the existing PS4 controller.
That means that you won’t be able to connect it to a PlayStation 4 controller, or use an existing controller for the camera, like you can with the DualShock 4.
Sony’s already announced a pair of DualShock controllers that are compatible with the PS Camera.
The controllers will retail for $49.99, but there’s also a bundle that will include the camera and a PlayStation VR controller for $99.99.
PlayStation 4 vs PS5 PS5 is a bigger console.
The console has a 5.5-inch display, but is made of plastic and has a smaller frame that’s about the same thickness as the Xbox One.
The Xbox One has a bigger display and has been able to use a larger form factor.
It also has a USB Type-C port, which has been used to charge the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita, as well as the PlayStation 3 Slim.
The consoles will be launching at the same time, in a few weeks.
Sony has said that it wants to release the PS 4 and PS 5 in early 2019.
But the PS 5 is currently under development and the Xbox is scheduled to launch in the second half of 2019.
The new PS5 has a more powerful processor, more storage, and is designed to support up to six players at once.
The controller is more powerful than the PS3: Sony will be introducing the PS Vita Pro, which it calls a “world-class console” that will offer a bigger controller.
Sony will also be introducing a “pro-quality” version of the PS Vibe Pro controller, which will be made out of an aluminum alloy that’s thinner and lighter than the Xbox’s controllers.
Sony said the new PS Vita is “designed with the PlayStation Vita Pro in mind” and is “an exceptional addition to the PS portfolio”.
The gamepad and touchpad are better than the PlayStation Move: The PS Move is a controller that allows you, for example, to use the PlayStation Plus feature.
Sony hasn’ said that you will get the PS Move controller in the first PS5 bundles, but we haven’t been able, nor can we guarantee that you’ll be able, to buy one of the PlayStation 5 bundles.
The touchpad on the new controller is the better-performing one compared to the one in the PS1, and it has