After months of teasing, Sony has officially set the date to showcase the PS5 launch games. The new-gen consoles garnered much hype, but the world pandemic put a stop to much of the excitement.
Sony has been tight-lipped on its plans for PS5 and has kept fans wondering. However, reports soon started flooding in, and Sony finally took it on themselves to break their silence.
PS5 Launch Games en-route
Jim Ryan, President and CEO of Sony, has confirmed on PlayStation Blog their next event with the tagline “The Future of Gaming.” The event will be held on June 4 and will run for more than an hour.
The occasion would see Sony giving us the first look at the games playable after PS5 launches this holiday season. With Sony already having confirmed few games for the newest console, it’s safe to assume that those very games could be seen during the event.
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Sony has not yet given a look at the console itself. Technical specifications were followed by the reveal of the DualSense wireless controller. Now, they have skipped forward to showcase the games.
There is little chance that Sony would go out of the line to give us a glimpse of the PS5. Many renders have disclosed what the PS5 would look like, yet the official release is something to look forward to.
With the current health crisis, a physical event was out of the question. So Sony, for the first time, will showcase its event digitally. It will be up for viewing on Twitch and YouTube on June 4 at 1 pm PDT / 9 pm BST / 10 pm CEST.
The wait for the next-gen consoles was making people exhausted. Weeks ago, it was relatively unknown when or how they’ll get a taste of what’s to come. With Sony finally coming forth, fans are hyped more than ever.
Many gamers and fans have taken it to Twitter to express their excitement. Read some of their tweets below.
— Ali-A (@OMGitsAliA) May 29, 2020
— Elgato Gaming (@elgatogaming) May 29, 2020
Omg yes plz
— DansGaming (@Dansgaming) May 29, 2020
As of now, with so much hype, Sony is putting heavy pressure on Microsoft’s Xbox Series X. Perhaps, Sony could add in some surprises during the event to escalate things further.