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PlayStation 5 Will Be Fully Unveiled Next Year

PlayStation 5 Will Be Fully Unveiled Next Year - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 09 October 2019 / 1,328 Views

Sony recently announced the PlayStation 5 will be launching in Holiday 2020. Sony It Specialist for Dev Ops Sam Parker announced via Twitter the full unveil for the PS5 will happen next year.  

Some PlayStation 5 features include a 4K Blu-ray player, the ability to install only parts of a game, a revamped user interface, and new additions to the controller. It is also reported that Sony is still working on backward compatibility with the PlayStation 4.


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10 Comments

DonFerrari (on 09 October 2019)

Several of us were betting in something similar to PS4, have the reveal around Feb-March, go to E3 and launch in Holidays.


COKTOE (on 09 October 2019)

Yeah. I said Feb 2020 unveil, as did a majority if i remember correctly.


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ThatDreamcastTho (on 09 October 2019)

All I care about are what the launch titles are going to be.


trunkswd (on 09 October 2019)

We probably won't know the complete lineup until E3 2020. Maybe know of some of them if Sony were to do an unveil earlier.


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Ganoncrotch (on 09 October 2019)

well the system is going to launch next year... so I would hope the thing is unveiled before they want customers to hand over money at the counter.


trunkswd (on 09 October 2019)

Revealing details now could potentially lower sales of the PS4 this year


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Mystro-Sama (on 09 October 2019)

It felt like the PS4 just came out yesterday...


Echo_Djinn (on 09 October 2019)

Strange that they would announce this just before Christmas. Seems like it will hurt the current generation's holiday sales.


Zenos (on 09 October 2019)

This makes the recent announcement somewhat weird, but I guess Sony needed the attention for some reason.


trunkswd (on 09 October 2019)

They did skip E3 this year. Though releasing information on it without any fanfair seems strange


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