SONY SET TO PRESENT THE FIRST PlayStation GAME, 4TH JUNE
All looks pretty set as the PS giant Sony set its first PlayStation game show event. However, this comes after a series of PlayStation 5 launch notifications that have been coming piece-by-piece from the company. The stories about the PS5 release all begun with its official launch by Holiday 2020, after that, comes its overview specification, with great news of PS4 promising backward-compatibility with PS5 custom chips aimed at the system’s Graphical Processing Units (GPUs), packed with a custom 3D audio unit officially known as Tempest 3D AudioTech, and not left out is the system’s solid-state drive which Sony also delivered by reducing ‘dead time’.
While the most recent Sony showed off was the system’s controller and so on. Now, the next glimpse from the company will potentially be the first games coming to the console and that is a sign of good hope.
With Sony set to host PlayStation audience, it has announced in its latest development that they will be hosting a live-streamed event on June 4th precisely at 1 pm Pacific. Speaking of this development, Sony Interactive CEO ‘Jim Ryan’ in a blog post with regards to the event spelled the area of focus:
“We’ve shared technical specifications and shown you the new DualSense wireless controller. But what is a launch without games? Adding that,
“That’s why I’m excited to share that we will soon give you a first look at the games you’ll be playing after PlayStation 5 launches this holiday”.
The event according to the company’s interactive CEO, Mr. Ryan will be scheduled to last for just an hour but did not state specifically the number of games that will be covered at the event.
So what more are we expected to see – the console hardware itself? It’s understood the console is preserved probably for an event before the final launch.
With Sony set to show PS5 games, what more do we know?