PS5 will be an "evolution" for gaming sound, says Sony

Ruben Fields
May 23, 2020

However, according to the Twitter post of VentureBeat's Jeff Grubb, the PS5 event is predicted to be held in early June, although the date is uncertain. Grubb said that the event was planned for Thursday, June 4th, but a reshuffle has nudged it back a little further.

As we inch closer and closer to the inevitable release of the PlayStation 5, fans have started to wonder when Sony may be planning to have its big next-gen blowout event.

As the PS5 launch approaches, the pillars of what will make Sony's next-generation games console so special are coming into focus. What can we expect to see from the June event?

With the announcement made by Epic Games during the Unreal Engine 5 reveal, it is clear that their battle royale title "Fortnite" will be seeing a launch on Sony's new console.

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As such, the Japanese gaming giant allegedly intends to limit the number of showcase titles that feature footage not captured directly on a PS5. Supposedly, this will highlight a combination of current and next-gen games, presumably offering a deeper look at anything that gets announced during the June reveal and hopefully lifting the curtain on some first-party projects.

KitGuru says: Are you excited for the PlayStation 5?

Epic Games unveiled a dazzling first look at the next-gen with a tech demo running on PS5. That's why you'll be able to change drives for PS5 while Xbox Series X has 1TB Storage Expansion Cards. With not a great deal time left now, sony has nonetheless been fairly tight lipped roughly the main points of the discharge and their plans for PlayStation 5. He added that it's "really exciting to be seeing the console market push forward the high-end PC market in this way".

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