This is what happens when people don't like your design, Sony.
While the Input team is still undecided about the PlayStation 5 console, the internet has already spoken. And it looks like people pretty much hate what they see right now.
Twitter user @matthiasellis accurately described the console as a "new expensive campus performing arts center that replaces three academic arts departments and cost $60 million." I mean, it's hard to disagree with that highly specific description.
Don't deny it. You saw this coming too.
Giving you generic futuristic architectural vibes.
Hard to disagree with this one.
Maybe. But Sony had to do it to 'em.
Some have likened the new console to the Barclays Center. When you lie it down horizontally, you'll see exactly why.
More than anything, people have likened the new console to the average WiFi router again and again and again and again and again. And you can't exactly blame them.