Eager to customize the Playstation 5? Before the new generation, the gamer community had to wait for Sony to make a special edition in order to have a custom console. The PS5 This dynamic has changed by having removable PS5 covers. The novelty is that the Japanese giant has finally patented its own casings in order to give that personal touch to the machine.
The patent was filed on November 5, 2020, days before the release of the PS5. The document was not available on the website of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) until November 16 of this year. The delay was probably due to the approval of the patent by the authorities.
PS5 | Housing patent
PS5 faceplate layouts
The patent corresponds to the removable faceplates of PS5, which can be extracted simply and easily by the users themselves. Hopefully, Sony will release special versions in the future depending on the releases of the month or, imagining a little more, new versions with unique shapes of the case.
No information is available on when or at what prices these casings will be marketed. PS5 in the international market. We will probably only have news when Sony addresses the processor shortage, something that will affect console production until the first half of 2022.
BLACK FRIDAY | Discounts on PS5 and PS4 games
Now is the time to save for Black Friday if you want to add news to your gallery of games in the PS4 and PS5. The PlayStation Store is offering interesting discounts for those who buy the digital version of great franchises, from recent releases to the classics of a lifetime.
EA Sports FIFA 22 and NBA 2K22, for example, they have a discount of 40% and 50%, respectively. You can also cheer up by Marvel’s avengers with 60% discount and Deathloop half-price. Far Cry 6, developed by Ubisoft, went from cost 59.99 to 40.19 dollars, while Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales went down to just $ 29.99 after the 40% discount.
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