Sony revealed their next-gen console – PlayStation 5 last month. Along with the console reveal, we’ve got a lot of ambitious first and third-party titles coming to PS5. A new report suggests that Sony still has unannounced first and third-party titles to reveal in the near future, presumably after Microsoft’s Xbox Games Showcase event.
According to Eurogamer’s Tom Phillips, Sony plans to “fire back” soon after the Xbox Games Showcase event with new the upcoming episode of State of Play. When asked about the scope of this next State of Play episode, Tom replied, “Sony has 1st and 3rd party stuff still to announce. Feels like it has quite smartly held some stuff back.”
Sony has 1st and 3rd party stuff still to announce. Feels like it has quite smartly held some stuff back.— Tom Phillips (@tomphillipsEG) July 6, 2020
Other than that, It’s really interesting to see that both of these next-gen consoles have been revealed but we still don’t have any official news on how much these consoles will cost. Analysts predict that the cost for Sony PS5 and Microsoft Xbox Series X could be in-between $449 to $499, with other variants of the consoles being cheaper.
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PlayStation 4 was officially released on November 15, 2013, in the United States and Canada. PlayStation 5 release date is expected in the holidays of 2020.