Disassembly views of PS5 surpass those of PS4 Pro and PS4 Original


Out of nowhere, Sony released a new video this week with engineering director Yasuhiro Ootori. Since its launch, the disassembly video has garnered over 4.5 million views – the figure clearly and truly shows people’s interest in Sony’s next-generation next-gen console.

In less than a day, the images of Sony’s PS5 disassembly have far surpassed those of the PS4 Pro and PS4 Original. Still, we found it interesting to share these PS5 demolition metrics. Have you seen the video? What’s your opinion? Are you impressed by the use of Sony’s ´liquid metal´ model instead of regular ´thermal paste´ as the interface material?

Although this is not a similar comparison, opinions about disassembling Sony’s PS5 from yesterday have far exceeded those of PS4 Pro and PS4. The President of PlayStation believes that sales of PS5 already exceed 7.5 million units in less than 5 months, exceeding the initial sales of PS4.

Interestingly, Ootori was also featured in the disassembly of the original PS4 in 2013. WCCFTECH admits that this video is courtesy of Wired and not uploaded by
Sony. Since its launch in November 2013, this PS4 demolition video has received less than 400,000 views. Other publications also dropped later published and those collected considerably more views.

PlayStation, however, released an official PS4 Pro video in November 2016. To date, this video has received just under 1.5 million views. As said, comparing the disassembly of older ps4 with the disassembly of PS5 from yesterday is not a similar comparison. Since 2013, more people have had access to YouTube and several ‘disassemblies’ have become more popular since then, and it should be noted that the PS4 Pro version was released after the actual console launch. In addition, PS4 Pro is considered an update to the original PS4, probably reflecting developments compared to ´next-gen´.still being released for PS5.

PS5 launches next month, on November 12, in the United States, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea. PS5 fans in Europe, the Middle East, South America, Asia and Africa of the South will have to wait until 19 November.


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