PlayStation Europe has beaten America to the punch in terms of advertising the PlayStation 5, although there’s still no real info.
It might not be the most exciting website in the world but the new one for the PlayStation 5 tells you at least two things: Sony has successfully trademarked the PS5 name in Europe and it’s still on for a ‘holiday’ release this year.
For non-robots there’s also an email sign-up to receive further information and the following short message:
‘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. Sign up below 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.’
So far there’s no sign of an American website equivalent, although that’s obviously just a matter of time.
There’s been a lot of Sony news today though, thanks to the release of their most recent financial results, and all of it revolves around the same basic question: when is the PlayStation 5 going to be revealed in full?
Up until now, all Sony has done is release some vague technical details and the promise of backwards compatibility, but neither the console nor its games have been shown in public (the closest being a look at third party PlayStation 5 and PC game Godfall).
Rumours, and Sony’s previous behaviour with the PlayStation 4, suggest the PlayStation 5 will be unveiled sometime in February or March, probably at an event in New York.
But so far there’s been no solid evidence of this happening and Sony hasn’t said anything about it at all. In fact, they’ve said almost nothing about anything for months now, and with them not attending E3 this year it remains a mystery as to when they’ll break their silence.
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