Finally, after years of waiting, we finally get a chance to see the new PlayStation 5 console. In the video below, you'll see the production version of the new PS5, alongside a few of its peripherals. PlayStation has also revealed that there will be two different versions of the console: a standard PS5 and a PS5 Digital Edition. The standard PS5 will have a 4K Blu-ray drive, while the digital edition will not. Either way, these consoles will support 8K and 4K graphics, as well as 3D audio.

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If you've ever wanted an immersive console gaming experience, it's finally here. Joining the consoles is the new DualSense controller, which was actually announced back in April. This new controller will have adaptive controllers, haptic feedback and more. As far as prices go, that has yet to have been announced.