Its been a long wait for the gaming fans for the next generation Playstation! Many leaks surrounded the Sony PS5 release date and still, rumors continue to roll on.
Every year all the popular console makers such as Sony, Nintendo, and Microsoft release their latest innovative consoles into the market. We have tried everything to pull a list of details about the next-generation console. The list of specs, features that we have seen so far is really impressive. From all these details, it suggests that Sony is working on something special for the PlayStation 5. Here is a comprehensive look f what we know so far about Sony PlayStation 5 release date and features.
Based on the clear review of historic trends and the latest news, the best possible Sony PS5 release date is on November 2020. Until now, Sony never released any hardware at the E3 event. And, so is the case this year. As a surprise, the company skips the annual gaming conference E3 2019. Instead, it has decided to launch a separate event to share plans concerning to PlayStation 5 release date UAE. As the Sony PS3 came in 2006, followed by the PlayStation 4 in 2013 which hints at the PS5 release date in 2020. Ahead of the release, several speculations are running around the successor model. According to market analysts, Sony is about to sell six million consoles by the end of the fiscal year.
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For those unaware, Mark Cenry is the Lead System Architect who designed PS4 and is been in works on PS5 for many years. He unveiled some of the major details of the upcoming gaming consoles which were only the rumors until then.
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Now the point is, when Sony unveils the most-awaited Playstation 5, how much it is going to cost? Will it be worth your investment? Considering the price of the previous models, it is likely that Sony could hit $399.99 with the PlayStation 5. There is even a chance for the price to be higher than specified. Of course! Sony always tries to keep the hardware affordable to gamers. Yes! This is still a prediction!