Analysts believe the release of PS5 and Xbox Series X could be delayed due to the corona virus. The two consoles have been announced for the end of 2020. In a recent blog entry, Microsoft recently presented numerous details about the new Xbox – and once again confirmed that the Xbox Series X will be launched on Christmas 2020. The company did not want to comment on a request from Gamespot for a possible release postponement. Publisher Sony has announced PlayStation 5 news for Wednesday.
With the PS5 and Xbox Series X the two new consoles are moving closer: the new hardware is scheduled to be launched in late 2020. However, analysts have come in the past few days always reports on what Sony and Microsoft could move the new consoles due to the corona virus. Measures against the spread of the virus create restrictions and interrupted supply chains. A release postponement of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X to 2021 is conceivable.
Microsoft currently does not seem to expect to postpone the launch of the Xbox Series X. In a current Blog entry provides the company lots of new technology details – and once again mentioned the target release period at the end of 2020. A demand from US magazine Gamespot.com Microsoft left unanswered, took no position on a possible postponement of the Xbox Series X release. The publisher therefore seems to be planning to be able to deliver the new console to retailers at the end of the year.
Sony also did not want to comment on Gamespot.com about a possible delay of the PlayStation 5. The PS5 has also been announced for the Christmas season 2020. So far, neither publisher has disclosed specific dates. For March 18, Sony has PlayStation 5 news announced. As part of a video stream, the company wants to reveal information about the system architecture of the PlayStation 5. It remains to be seen whether there are any further details, such as the release date. We keep you up to date in our news area.
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