PlayStation 5 (PS5) set to hit the market in February 2020
David Jaffe, the creator of ‘God Of War’, said that the PlayStation 5 (PS5) will be released in less than a month, in line with other reports.
After Microsoft announced the Xbox Series X during The Game Awards 2019, the games industry is now waiting for the next step from Sony, a company that has yet to unveil the PlayStation 5 design. In recent weeks there has been speculation about a possible launch in February, and today new information is emerging that points to the same month.
David Scott Jaffe, the creator of the God of War franchise, said on his Twitter account that the console is scheduled to launch in less than four weeks. “Sony knows that hardcore gamers are watching every piece of information, and they know that while Microsoft is dominating the conversation at this point, it’s easy to change that once they’re ready to present the PS5, provided the presentation is good,” the creative added.
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Of course, Jaffe has not been with Sony Interactive Entertainment for a long time, but he keeps a close eye on what’s happening in the industry, particularly around the PlayStation platform. It’s not known whether what he says is just a guess, or whether he really has information from former colleagues.
I don't know if it's good or bad honestly, but my problem with it is that it would have been nice when confirming they are not going to at least also announce something else to look for, my PERSONAL take is right Now Microsoft is dominating the next gen conversation
— Hoy Te Hablo De ❤️💙💚💛💜🖤🧡 (@hoytehablode) January 16, 2020
It wouldn’t be the first time this week that someone has made an important statement about the upcoming announcement of the PS5. Just last Monday, Jeremy Conrad, who has reliable sources in the entertainment world, announced that the console would be unveiled in February. Since 14 January, Sony has been celebrating the brand’s 25th anniversary with the Experience PlayStation”.
In February 2013 Sony presented the PlayStation 4 in the same city. Although the indications point to the following weeks, it’s best to take the information with tweezers and wait for confirmation from the company, which has already announced that it will not participate in E3 2020.