The allegation points to a big reveal in June — currently scheduled for 4 June but moving around the calendar — ahead of a larger State of Play event in August. The site continues to report that it won’t just be Sony first-party titles revealed in June, but several third-party offerings as well.
VentureBeat continues to say that the August State of Play will also feature PS4 games… which is slightly odd as titles like The Last of Us Part 2 and Ghost of Tsushima will already have been released at that point. It could be that Sony has a similar system to Xbox’s Smart Delivery under its sleeve and wants to finally show it off.
We’ll continue to report as more is known. In the meantime, what do you hope to see from Sony in regards to the PS5?
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