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Confirmed: The PS5 is the biggest game console in modern history

The Verge Wednesday, 16 September 2020 ()
Confirmed: The PS5 is the biggest game console in modern historyWhen internet detectives revealed the PlayStation 5 was going to be huge, we were extremely amused — but even their fancy Photoshops couldn’t completely prepare us for how enormous the PS5 truly is.

Roughly half an hour after Sony finally revealed the next-gen console’s price and release date ($399 or $499, November 12th) the company released a full spec sheet that includes the console’s dimensions. And it’s a monster.

Quick, what’s the biggest console ever made? Did you say the original 2001 Xbox, or the VCR-sized original Xbox One? Perhaps the 60GB PS3, affectionately dubbed the “Phat”?

Wrong. The PS5 is bigger than all of them.

"Bigger than the Phat"

According to Sony, the PS5 is approximately 390mm (15.4 inches) tall, 260mm (10.24...
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