The PlayStation 5 is getting one final digital showcase from Sony ahead of its upcoming release and is falling earlier than expected by Sony fans.
As posted on the PlayStation official Twitter account in September. On 12, it was announced that the digital storefront is scheduled for September 16 at 1 p.m. PST. There was also a short info post on the official PlayStation blog, which revealed that the event will cover games that are scheduled to be released alongside or shortly after the launch of the new console and that should be around 40 minutes long.
Details of whether other information linked to the PlayStation 5 will be released – such as the exact start date and cost of the standard and digital versions – have not been disclosed.
The event will be streamed on the official PlayStation Twitch and YouTube channels. You can find links to each account here for Twitch and here for YouTube.
The news comes after several big announcements related not only to Sony’s starting grid but also to competitor Microsoft. In terms of the PlayStation 5’s starting grid, the console lost one of its biggest launching titles due to a delay on September 11th.
Kena: Bridge of Spirits, due to be released next to or near the PlayStation 5 launch, has been postponed to the first quarter of 2021. The delay was in response to issues caused by the transition to remote development due to the ongoing COVID. 19 pandemic.
Microsoft, meanwhile, has finally announced the cost of the upcoming Xbox Series S, the only digital version of the Xbox Series X. It costs $ 299 for buyers but still offers the same level of performance and performance as the Series X, but is not operational Hard disk copies of games.
For more information on PlayStation 5, check out a recently released ad highlighting the console’s capabilities and potential.