While Sony continues its long silence on the matter of the PS5, sources have claimed that the company is planning to host a PS5 event and in just one week’s time.
This report comes from both Bloomberg and VentureBeat, who both have sources close to the company saying that the PS5 event is currently set for June 3. However, both websites make a note that these plans could change due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. It was also stated that this event, while large, won’t actually show everything the PS5 has to offer as their source claims that the company has plans to do multiple events, including State of Plays that will focus on both current and next-gen offerings.
While the June 3 reveal should provide the best look yet at the PS5, don’t expect Sony to give away every detail about its next-gen system. The company could withhold price and release timing for another date. The price for the PS5 is still especially subject to fluctuations. Sony wants to launch at a competitive price tag, but it also doesn’t want to take a loss on hardware. -VentureBeat
No further details were supplied, and as such we highly recommend you take this with a grain of salt, no matter how credible these sources have been in the past. We should be hearing from Sony very soon on the matter as we inch closer to the Holiday season. So for now, stay tuned and we will be sure to keep you all updated on any new developments.