PS4 Launch Lights Up the Pope’s Castle in Rome With Stunning Light Show Made of Blue and Polygons
We’re just three hours away from the launch of PS4 in Italy, and Sony Computer Entertainment prepared something quite special in the beautiful city of Rome.
The launch event will be held at the iconic Castel Sant’Angelo (Castle St. Angel), built as a Mausoleum for Emperor Hadrian, then turned into a Papal fortress and prison, and today used as a museum and summer residence for the Pope.
For the occasion the castle is being lit up by a stunning light show that paints its ancient walls fully blue and then switches to a ray-traced polygon pattern.
Can’t say Sony isn’t playing on the show factor for the launch of its new console.