The incoming PlayStation 5 deep dive video -- which premieres on YouTube in just under two hours at the time of writing -- may be longer than we first thought. If you embed the video onto a site other than YouTube and hit play, you're greeted with a very brief look at the video's length before it snaps back to the premiere screen.
And this is where it gets juicy. Using this method, we can confirm that the video shows a length of 52 minutes and 45 seconds. If accurate, this is going to be one heck of a meaty presentation.
It's worth noting that this video is based on what was originally going to be Sony's GDC 2020 talk. It'll be presented by PS5 system architect Mark Cerny (who also spearheaded the PS4) as he breaks down the next-gen console's technical specifications and key features. If it really does run for around an hour, we're going to be getting a lot of information.
If you're wondering what to expect, be sure to give our What PS5 Information to Expect from Sony's Deep Dive article a read. We go over all of the stuff that could feasibly be shown.
And if you want to know exactly when this PS5 video goes live, make sure to give our full guide a look.