Sony will allow up to one PlayStation 5 per customer when the log-awaited console launches later this year. One eagle-eyed PlayStation fan revealed this after he shifted through the code of the official PlayStation website.
The user name Kgarvey posted his findings on Reddit and received great attention. He identified text hidden among the website’s code that appears to suggest a limit on PS5 pre-orders.
The text read:
“You can only purchase one version of the PS5™ Console: Disc or Digital. You have already added one PS5™ console to your cart.”
In layman’s terms, source code is the programming behind any webpage. This programming can sometimes contain information not due to be shown on the page for months to come.
So, it this for real?
Sony has not declared any official release date yet but the gaming console is most likely to release before Christmas.
Pre-orders are bulging in and the text was buried in the official website’s source code. So we do not know what exactly the status is.
Moreover, Sony’s limiting pre-orders shouldn’t come as a huge surprise. The gaming giant did the same when PS4 was launched in 2013. Gamers who want to get their hands on more than one console can always order from a different supplier; like Amazon or BestBuy.
Sony PS5: Accessories and Specifications
Sony revealed some of the first-party PS5 accessories in an event. The PlayStation 5 will come with a new headset, media remote, controller-charging dock, and camera. The console will stand upright or lay on its side.
PS5’s One of the most notable specs is it boasts a custom 825GB SSD with an expandable NVMe SSD storage slot, which will ensure faster install times as well as faster loading–though not all NVMe SSDs will be capable of keeping up with the PS5.
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The console supports ray tracing, 3D audio, and PlayStation VR, and it also has a 4K UHD Blu-ray drive. Sony revealed that PS5 is enough to support 4K resolution at a 120Hz refresh rate–that’s double the refresh rate of most TVs, which typically run at 60Hz.
Every gamer is on their toes right and is waiting for this amazing console. If you are a gamer too and want to know more about the product, stay tuned as we bring you more latest insights.