The new date for the reveal event for PS5 has been set: The event will take place on June 11th, at 10 p.m. You can follow the event on PlayStation 5 via live stream on your home screen. In a recent blog entry, Sony now gives more details. For example, the company recommends that users watch the show with headphones if possible. "We have built in some cool audio effects that only have a limited effect on smartphone or laptop speakers." Sony wants to present the first games for PS5 in the stream. It is not confirmed whether the publisher also reveals the price, design and release date of the PlayStation 5.
Sony confirms the new date for the reveal event for PS5: The event will take place on June 11, at 10 p.m. – a week later than originally planned. The publisher had postponed the event on the "future of gaming" because of the ongoing unrest and protests in the USA. In a current one Article on PlayStation Blog Sony now gives further details on the technical implementation of the stream. The pre-recorded program is therefore output in a resolution of 1080p at 30 frames per second.
"It made it easier for us to prepare the show – at a time when many of our teams and developers are working from home. The games that we will introduce to you on Thursday look – as you can imagine – even better when you play them on the PS5 with a 4K TV, "Sony announced on the PlayStation Blog. The company also recommends that users watch the stream with headphones if possible. "We have installed some cool audio effects that only have a limited effect on smartphone or laptop speakers," added the publisher.
In the stream of the PS5 reveal event, Sony wants to provide a preview of the games for the new console. It remains to be seen which games the publisher shows for PlayStation 5. It is also unclear whether the company might also introduce the PlayStation 5 design. Fans are also eagerly awaiting information about the price and release date. The PlayStation 5 is expected to be launched in late 2020.
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