In anticipation of the official presentation of the PlayStation 5 game console, Italian graphic designer Giuseppe Spinelli, who is known by the nickname Snoreyn, in collaboration with LetsGoDigital created a very beautiful presentation of the PS5 and its features.
In this video, we have the introduction of the PlayStation 5 personal assistant, whom the designer named Ellie – the Virtual Speech Assistant, as well as the new PlayStation Plus subscription, which will provide access to games from all previous generations of PlayStation consoles.
Once again, this is just a design fantasy on how the PlayStation 5, its DualSense game controller, and the user interface can look like. According to official information, most PS4 games will be playable on the PS5. At launch, users will have access to over 100 of the best games from the PlayStation 4.
As for the voice assistant, the designer chose the name Ellie. This in honor of the protagonist of the exclusive game The Last of Us. By analogy, Microsoft called its personal assistant named Cortana from the Halo universe.
As conceived by the designer, Ellie can help you throughout the game. For example, Ellie can tell you where you left off in the game. In addition, it also reminds you of your next assignment.
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It is worth to mention that earlier today, The June edition of the Offical PlayStation Magazine has confirmed as many as 38 games for the PlayStation 5. We already know some of them, of course, and are multiplatform games, including Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. However, many games would not be known at this time. In addition, it is guaranteed that the PS5 will certainly be further revealed in June. The console is scheduled to launch late this year.
Sony should hold an event in June and will focus on PlayStation 5 games. Will we see the console yet? Unclear, but we expect numerous announcements about upcoming PS5 games.
Recall that recently, Epic Games has surprised the video game world by unveiling yesterday a technical demo of its Unreal Engine 5 presented as running in real-time on a PlayStation 5.