Frankly, all these appear to be are blocks of plastic to snap on to consoles, with these little bits of plastic carrying a price tag of just under $30.
We don’t get it, to be honest, because $30 seems a lot for a colourful bit of plastic, especially when faceplates back in the Xbox 360 age tended to offer more playful designs for around the same price a little under ten years ago, and we can’t recall many people buying them, either.
In fairness to Sony, the not-quite-$30 custom faceplate is probably a better deal for most PS4 owners than going out and buying a limited edition console, but again, at least those consoles are designed to look like something, not just merely offering a colourful block of plastic to the top.
But we suppose someone will want this, if not just to discern the difference between two PlayStation 4 consoles in the same home. If that’s you, expect these custom faceplates in video game stores from November 19.