After a long wait, Sony has shown the world what to expect from the new PlayStation 5 console at Sony's PlayStation Future Of Gaming Event. It's a little different from the stock standard that PlayStation have become famous for - sporting a futuristic curvy look, in predominantly white.
Sony are offering two editions of the console, with the biggest difference being that one is formatted to be an all-digital machine, which means no stock standard disc drive like the other model.
The PS5 will include - ray-tracing, a lightning quick SSD, a 4k Blu-ray player and of course will be compatible with all your old PS4 games.
Unfortunately Sony haven't officially given a release date or price on what the PS5 will cost you, but by god does it look impressive.