The art also reveals what appears to be the new standard for PS5 boxes — the white top bar, while a stark, bright contrast from the blue trim of PS4 boxes, is very clearly in theme with the initial design of the PS5 and the PS5’s new controller, the DualSense. The case itself, however, appears to retain the blue, translucent design of this generation’s box art.The side panels of the PS5, as seen in its initial reveal, sport a bright white color, while the DualSense itself is also primarily white.
It’s also worth noting that the “Only on PlayStation” phrasing found on PS4 exclusives is not included here. However, the PlayStation Studios logo, which is Sony’s new indicator for first-party produced and published games, is included on the artwork.
We recently learned some story details about Spider-Man: Miles Morales, and how it picks up Miles’ story where it left off in Marvel’s Spider-Man. After some confusion following its initial reveal, Insomniac Games confirmed Spider-Man: Miles Morales is a standalone adventure.
Every PlayStation Exclusive From Sony’s PS5 Event
For more on the upcoming PS5 lineup, and if you’d like to start imagining potential PS5 box arts to come, be sure to check out our look at every confirmed PS5 exclusive showcased at Sony’s PS5 reveal event..
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