It seems that the PlayStation 5 (PS5) will be with us in two months. No, we do not have any new information, we are just referring to the rumors that have been circulating in recent weeks. Sony has reportedly closed important meetings for various marketing campaigns, suggesting that it may launch a new platform.
During the year what we noticed is that the information about the PlayStation 5 that has been leaked is minimal. We would say that this has troubled us!
So is there a chance that the PlayStation 5 (PS5) will be delayed? The company as well as the executives claim that they are well on their way to the launch in December 2020.
Here are a few things to keep in mind: It's been about six weeks since the Nintendo Switch announcement event and date traffic so this is not as unprecedented as some believe.
It is also worth remembering that the fast time between announcement and release is not uncommon in the technology industry. All smartphones and graphics cards tend to have short times delivery, although Sony first confirmed the PlayStation 5 (PS5) in an interview with Wired about 18 months ago, so we're not talking about a case where the project hasn't been confirmed all this time.
There has been some speculation in forums and social media that the company is just playing hide and seek with Microsoft, and while there may be a dose of truth to all this, we believe that COVID-19 has changed the plans of both companies. The point here is that no company can publish more details until their product launch plans are in place. For example, the price and release date of Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales for the PS5 have not been released as we do not yet know when the PS5 will be launched.
Of course, here the question seems to change: Should the PlayStation 5 launch be delayed? THE pandemic will not allow Sony to do the global campaigns it would like so should it delay the release of the PlayStation 5 on purpose?
The price sounds like it will be high, and with a global financial crisis just around the corner, the delay seems ideal. Of course, Sony is not to blame for all this, but it is the reality we face so we stay tuned to find out the company's plans!