It looks like Sony’s PS5 launch event will take place next month, rather than the previously rumored May event. Microsoft held its first next-generation game show online last night, and as a result many players were not happy with the debut, so many expect Sony to announce what kind of games they are developing.
Sony now plans to hold its own launch in early June/mid-June, according to Jason Schreier, a well-known foreign journalist who now works for Bloomberg. But Schreier also stressed that Sony’s PS5 launch schedule could also change due to the new corona virus.
On the recent Press Start podcast, Schreier said, “As far as I know, Sony still plans to do at least one thing in early or mid-June.” But for information almost all, because we are still in the face of an unprecedented global pandemic, anything can happen. “
This is also in line withmedia venture Beat reporter Jeff Grubb’s revelations on the Resetera forum in April. According to Grubb, Sony will hold an online launch on June 4 to showcase the PS5 game, but Sony may choose to show the PS5 console earlier in time.