According to a ‘notorious PS5 commentator’ Sony will be finally revealing the PlayStation 5 on June 2, he also claims that Gran Turismo 7 will not be one of the launch titles as the game has been delayed. Current gen-games will benefit from a ‘boost mode’ later this year.
Disclaimer – This information has not been verified, therefore this is not factual.
The information from PSErebus comes after a long analysis of the PlayStation 4’s marketing campaign.
The final design for PlayStation 5 will be officially unveiled by Sony Interactive Entertainment on the PlayStation Blog on June 2, 2020 pic.twitter.com/YmBrVnjZ27
— Iron Man (@PSErebus) May 5, 2020
The user gives facts on his recent tweets from May 2020, about how Sony is keeping the same path they took at the launch of the PS4. He explains that Sony is following ten steps:
- Announce the name of the console
- Reveal the logo
- Mark Cerny’s explaining the architecture of the system
- Revealing the controller
- Show a exclusive launch titles
- Show the design of the console
- Announce the retail price
- Start preorders
- Reveal the preorders taken worldwide
- Announce the release date
The Twitter user explains that steps six through ten will take place on the summer. Rumors about August’ issue of the Official PlayStation Magazine UK indicates that an in depth analysis of the console final design will be featured, the magazine will be available in early June. Fans are already somewhat impatient to see a full reveal of the PlayStation 5. Mark Cerny has already revealed the hardware specifications of the console, the DualSense has also been revealed with all his technological goodies, the only remaining information left to be disclosed by Sony is the price of the console and it’s final design. The leaked dev kits, suggest that Sony has decided for a completely different cooling solution for the PS5 compared to the Xbox Series X, featuring a much more traditional design.