Sony officially at the end of 2019 confirmed the newest release of the new console: PlayStation 5. There were only rumors, myths about what was going to happen to the console and luckily some stuff was leaked outside the room onto the internet. Sony has kept very quiet about their newest console and what it was going to include. We still don’t know what it looks like, its price, release date, or when we canpre-order the console to get it by our door as quick as we can.
Luckily for us, a supposed leaker has maybe potentially lead us to the mystery of the console: the actual pre-release date of the console live date! According to Twitter user ‘PSErebus’, who has made a number of claims about the PS5; he has mentioned that the new console will go live sometime in March.
This is actually quite weird actually as the PlayStation 5 console was predicted to be out Summertime. That’s three months away from June, the start of the summer holidays. But there is actually proof to backup PSErebus’s point.
You see, traditionally, PS5 pre-orders would go live around E3 time in the summer, which is usually when the price for the new console would be revealed. However, with rumours of a PS5 reveal at CES 2020 on Monday, January 6, maybe pre-orders really will go live as early as March. We actually do not know, but at this point, it does sound possible.
Well, besides rumors, PSErebus has actually become quite desperate about his point. He tweeted that the PS5 release date is November 20, 2020. Additionally, the claim has been made that the PS5 will retail for $499 (that’s £381.28) come its supposed November 20 launch.
But, sorry for the excitement but this is a rumor! We do not know if this is actually the release date but what we are saying is to keep your notifications on, because when Sony finally releases the release date for when you can pre-order it and you haven’t got notifications on, you’ve just missed out on the internet crash. As all rumors, we are quite sure that any rumor is normally a draft e-mail and is not in the sent box.
Unfortunately (don’t get your depression levels up), Sony has shut off the doors at the moment to give off any information about the new PlayStation 5 (in fact, they don’t even have a doorbell). But take this with you: these rumours aren’t 100% confirmed but they do seem to be possible for Sony to take this sort of action.