PlayStation 5: Sony giving gamers first look

PlayStation 5: Sony giving gamers first look

PlayStation 5: Sony giving gamers first look

PlayStation 5: Sony giving gamers first look

Sony is going to give gamers their first look at the all-new PlayStation 5 during a special event on Thursday.

PlayStation fans and gaming enthusiast will finally going to see a range of yet to be announced titles. Which are currently in development for this highly anticipated platform. The Japanse firm Sony is expected to stream the event live at 21:00 BST or 11:00 PST on YouTube and Twitch.

The event was previously set to go ahead on 4th June. However, Sony postponed the event due to ongoing Black Lives Matter protests. While all the new video games will be played on a 4K TV to give the complete picture and strength of the gaming console’s graphics.

The fans are also hoping to see the console with SSD in action. While Sony is hoping it will make loading screens a thing of the past. There will be no more barriers and it will allow large scale open-world games.

PlayStation 5: Sony giving gamers first look


About 108 million PlayStation 4 were sold since 2013 around the world by Sony. While Microsoft’s Xbox One which also launched in the 2013/14 has sold only 49 million units.


The PS3 hit the market in 2006 at a substantially higher price point than any of its rivals and had a slower start than expected as a result.

So far very little is known about PlayStation 5, other than Sony confirming it will be released around Christmas.

There are increasing concerns about the availability of stock due to the Covid-19 pandemic slowing down production around the world.

The chief executive of Sony Interactive Entertainment, Jim Ryan, claimed earlier this month that the PS5 would represent “the best in the industry”.

He said: “Studios, both larger and smaller, those newer and those more established, all have been hard at work developing games that will showcase the potential of the hardware.”

However, the gaming console was listed on Amazon UK with a price tag of £599.99 ($760/€670), and while most of the listing is obviously a placeholder, the price is too specific for it to be random. As per Gsmarena Interestingly, the 1TB and 2TB models had the same price, which obviously won’t be the case when sales proper start. We suspect Amazon only had the starting price and mistakenly added it to both listings.

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PlayStation 5: Sony giving gamers first look
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