At CES 2020 in Las Vegas, a lot could happen around the PlayStation 5. In addition to Sony Computer Interactive, AMD is also on site, which is known to supply some of the chips for the PS5. God-of-War creator Cory Barlog has also announced his arrival.
As soon as the new year has started, the first big event is already on the program. The Consumer Electronics Show (short: CES) will take place in Las Vegas from January 7-10, 2020. There, numerous manufacturers and studios present their latest products or hold presentations on more or less important topics. There is currently a lot of evidence that the PlayStation 5 could also be a big topic at the event.
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The first clues were on the official Sony website. But if you take a closer look on the list of exhibitors shipyard, further indications can be discovered on a PlayStation 5 appearance. The manufacturer AMD will also be a guest in Las Vegas. It will very likely introduce one or two new processors that have nothing to do with consoles. However, since AMD is also the supplier of the PS5 chips, it is possible to hear or see something about the new Sony console.
Also interesting: Game Director Cory Barlog also announced his visit to CES 2020 in Las Vegas via Twitter. It is not yet known whether he will be there as a normal visitor or for professional reasons. However, since Barlog is best known for his work on the action game series God of War, the tweet prompted some speculation. Is there a new God of War to be seen at CES 2020 that will be released for PlayStation 5? By the next week at the latest, we should all be a bit smarter in this regard.
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