Not only Bloomberg, but VentureBeat also confirmed the same launch time. Both cite anonymous sources, but most rely on sources close to Sony’s plans.
According to reports from the two sources, Sony is having difficulty scheduling the PlayStation 5 launch due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. However, both sources believe that the June 3 event is likely to occur and will be held online. If such an online event takes place, it is likely that Sony will not reveal too many details about the device such as the price or official release date but will announce at a different time.
Earlier (March 18), Sony held an hour-long presentation about the PlayStation 5 hardware and full specifications. About a month later, the company revealed the controller for the PlayStation 5. new called DualSense and provides an insight into this product from every angle.
A few weeks ago, Epic Games ran the Unreal Engine 5 test on PlayStation 5, revealing a small portion of the performance of this next-gen gaming console.
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