PS5 reveal is ‘4 weeks away’ claims former God of War, Twisted Metal creator

We're all still patiently waiting for more updates on Sony's next-gen console, the PlayStation 5.

Despite excitement from fans almost reaching fever pitch, Sony is still holding out on specific information about the upcoming next-gen console.

We know little bits of information about the console – it's logo, the fact it'll use SSDs, the fact loading times will be all but eradicated, the fact it'll come with the DualShock 5 – but specific details still elude us.

So when are we going to hear more information about the highly-anticipated console? When will we learn the full specs, price, specific release date and launch lineup of the game?

God of War and Twisted Metal creator David Jaffe may have some insight.

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On his Twitter account, Jaffe seems pretty confident that the PS5 reveal event is coming in February.

A thread on Twitter started up comparing the chances of Sony and Microsoft as they battle for dominance in the next-gen console wars, and Jaffe felt compelled to share his thoughts on the matter:

"PS5 reveal is less than 4 weeks away," he states.

"Sony knows hardcore gamers are hanging on every scrap of info and know that just cause Microsoft dominates the conversation at the moment, that's an easy thing to change when they are ready to reveal (assuming the reveal is good).

He rounds off by saying:

"I want to say it's the worst kept secret in games right now. February reveal like they did for PS4."

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But why should we care what Jaffe says? Well, the creator has been a very close ally of PlayStation over the last three generations, and even though he left Sony back in 2007 to set up his own company, he's still got a very good relationship with the company.

His studio's first game, Drawn to Death, launched as a PlayStation 4 exclusive and there's reason to believe his next project will also have some Sony exclusivity attached.

Though it seems unlikely he'd know the date of the reveal specifically and be allowed to tweet about it, we take his words with a bit less of a pinch of salt than other rumours – he is very ingrained in the game development scene, after all.

We'll update you as soon as any information presents itself.

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