For the last few months, the gaming community has been eagerly anticipating the release of the Playstation 5, and, as every day ticks by, the excitement only grows.
But now, to only add to this excitement, Sony has confirmed the date that the latest Playstation will be revealed, and it is very soon.
Keep scrolling for the full details...
The Sony PlayStation is one of the most popular game consoles out there.
via: Getty ImagesAlongside the Microsoft Xbox, Sony's PlayStation is perhaps one of the most used consoles in the gaming world.
Sony dates all the way back to 1946.
via: Getty ImagesIt was founded in the wake of World War II after Masaru Ibuka started an electronics shop in Tokyo, Japan.
It wasn't until 1958 when the name Sony was incorporated...
via: Getty ImagesAnd the business has grown to be extremely diverse.
The company has expanded into many different industries...
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They own the largest music entertainment business in the world.
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But what Sony is best known for is...
via: Getty ImagesTheir iconic PlayStation.
The PlayStation first launched in 1994...
via: Getty ImagesAnd fast-forward twenty-five-years, the PlayStation has since had 8 different generations including many other pieces of hardware and add-ons.
PlayStation 4 was announced in 2013...
via: Getty ImagesAnd this was also when the PlayStation App was introduced, allowing users to use their smartphones and tablets as a second screen to enhance gameplay.
The technology now used is truly amazing...
via: Getty ImagesAnd Sony is now one of the leading technology companies in the world.
But, with the PlayStation 4 being a little bit on the rusty side...
via: Getty ImagesFans have been eagerly anticipating the release of the new generation PlayStation.
And now, the wait is finally over.
via: Getty ImagesIn April last year, it was announced by video game designer Mark Cerny that the PlayStation 5 will be coming in 2020.
And even though the release of the actual console wasn't due to happen until later in the year...
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Sony's Interactive Entertainment have been teasing gamers in the UK and Germany..."We've begun to share some of the incredible features you can expect from PlayStation 5, but we're not quite ready to fully unveil the next generation of PlayStation," reads the company's statement on the website.
Gamers can sign up to receive special information about the new console...
via: Getty Images"Sign up to be among the first to receive updates as we announce them, including news on the PS5 release date, PS5 price and the upcoming roster of PS5 launch games," the website goes on to say.
The cost of the new console has remained tightly under wraps.
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Sony's chief financial officer Hiroki Totoki explained why it's still early days to determine the cost of it.
"First, we must absolutely control the labor cost, the personnel cost, it must be controlled," he said, "And the initial ramp up, how much can we prepare initially, we will work on the production and the sales and we will have to prepare the right volume as we launch this."
So it looks like fans have a little longer to wait for those answers...
via: Getty Images"What is not very clear or visible is because we are competing in the space so it's very difficult to discuss anything about the price at this point of time, and depending upon the price level, we may have to determine the promotion that we are going to deploy and how much costs we are prepared to pay," he went on to say.
But, with a huge thanks to the internet...
via: Getty ImagesDetails about the new console have been leaked online over the last couple of months.
From what the leaks have been suggesting, things sound pretty interesting...
via: Getty ImagesAllegedly, the PlayStation 5 will support 8K gaming and work with all old PS4 games when it launches later this year.
But now, we are so close to formally finding out these details.
via: GettyBecause, today, Sony has revealed the date of their highly anticipated Playstation 5 event.
Get your diaries out, folks.
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