Sources say Microsoft wants Sony to start a bid to delay Xbox Live content for two months in June

After the delay, Sony PS officials have finally confirmed that the PS5 game launch will take place at 4 a.m. on Friday. The rival Microsoft Xbox camp appears intent on letting the competition start, with news that next-generation Xbox live content, scheduled for June, has been postponed until August.

The news came from ventureBeat, amedia outlet that has accurately published predictions from the gaming industry. Microsoft had planned to hold an event called Xboxing Day in the second week of June, according to the media editor’s inmid-A dyson. But today (9th), the editor’s schedule for new game-related events, “Xboxing Day,” was rescheduled for August. According to the editor, Microsoft’s Xbox does not want to release “Xboxing Day” content before Sony PS, although it is not currently delayed until August, but as long as Sony is the first to publish, Microsoft may also come up with a corresponding release content in June.

Sources say Microsoft wants Sony to start a bid to delay Xbox Live content for two months in June

For the next generation of console wars, Microsoft’s Xbox side has been more transparent and open than rival Sony since its initial announcement. With the Xbox Series X graphics performance taking advantage of, it’s clear that the two consoles will compete in the final battle between the game’s lineup and the price. Since Microsoft intends to let Sony first, think is chengzhu in the chest bar.

Sony will hold a PS5 launch in the early hours of June 12 and see how Microsoft picks up.

Sources say Microsoft wants Sony to start a bid to delay Xbox Live content for two months in June