PS5: New State of Play Show in early August


from David Martin
The indications of a new state of play episode for PS5 in early August are condensing. A recent schedule by VentureBeat editor Jeffrey Grubb suggests that the next episode of the Sony show will take place between August 5th and 11th. The information is consistent with previous reports: An insider had already reported last week that the next State of Play edition will take place on August 6, 2020. Sony could use the episode to present news about PlayStation 5. Among other things, fans are still waiting for the price and the final release date. As soon as the data is clear, the PS5 should be available for pre-order.

The next State of Play issue for PS5 is apparently in the starting blocks. How to get an updated one Appointment list by VentureBeat editor Jeffrey Grubb the new episode takes place in early August. He doesn't call a closer date. However, the arrangement of the appointment list suggests that Sony's next state of play show will take place between August 5 and 11. There were rumors of a new edition of the web format last week: An insider reported that the next episode will be broadcast on August 6, at 10 p.m.

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Where the information comes from is not known. Sony has not yet announced another State of Play edition. Further details on the PS5 are expected for the next episode. It is suspected that Sony could then give the price and final release date of the new console. The PlayStation 5 comes in two models: In addition to a standard version with a Blu-ray drive, a digital version without a disc drive also appears. (buy now)

As soon as the missing data has been determined, the PS5 should be available for pre-order. The US Sony shop PlayStation Direct recently provided indications of an early start. Online retailers such as Amazon have already put the first PS5 product pages online. The last Sony show took place in June, when the company showed the first games for PS5.

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