Sony is preparing the release of the PS5: The new console should come on the market at the end of 2020. The well-known industry analyst Daniel Ahmad published one of the first commercials for PlayStation 5 via the short message service Twitter. The clip, which is initially only available in Hungarian, agrees with the release of the PS5. The trailer does not contain any news. However, fans see the release of the TV commercial as an indication that the PS5 can be pre-ordered soon. The announcement of the price and release date also seems to be getting closer.
The announcement of the price and release date of the PS5 seems to be getting closer. This is suggested by a first TV commercial for the new console that was recently shared by the well-known industry analyst Daniel Ahmad on Twitter. The clip, which is initially only available in Hungarian, sets the mood for the PlayStation 5's market launch at the end of the year. In the TV commercial, Sony shows both the console and the controller and advertises the 3D audio function. The short video does not have any news. You can find the clip in the following tweet.
Fans are currently waiting for the announcement of a price and an exact release date for PlayStation 5 (buy now). More information is expected in September. The publication of the TV commercial also suggests that Sony might be the Pre-order phase for PS5 prepared. As soon as both the price and the launch date have been determined, pre-orders for the PlayStation 5 should be possible. In our news area we will of course keep you up to date on this topic.
We recently reported on possible PS5 prices. The insider Roberto Serrano reports that the standard version of the PS5 with Blu-ray drive will be available for 499 euros. The digital edition without a disc drive, however, will cost 399 euros. The insider also wants to know a release date: The PS5 is said to be on the market on November 13th. It remains to be seen whether the rumors will come true.
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