The Next PS5 Showcase Event Is On September 16

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Image: Sony / Playstation
Image: Sony / Playstation

Today, Sony announced that they have one last Playstation 5 showcase event before the console launches this holiday. This next event will be about 40 minutes long and will air on September 16 at 4 PM ET.

According to the short blog post on the official Playstation blog about this upcoming event, the showcase will feature “updates on the latest titles from Worldwide Studios” as well as more information on third-party games.

Officially, Sony isn’t confirming any information on price or release date, but it seems likely we will hear about all of that at this event. Microsoft recently revealed, after some leaks, the release date and price for both the Xbox Series X and S. So it seems Sony might be ready to finally announce similar info next week.

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Comments

  • I dont understand what the big secret is. Everybody knows there will be next gen machines but for some reason they hold on to the info like they have created some military tech

    • It’s all about strategic marketing.
      Drip feeding information doesn’t generate the kind of interest and coverage that a well timed press event does.

      • One might say that the Xbox Series S leak generated more interest and excitement than the intended online press event could ever have hoped for.

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