Sony Is Planning A PS5 Event Scheduled For September | Console Reveal And More Details
A month to look out for if you're a PlayStation 5 fan
PlayStation and Xbox both have been keeping things close to their chest about the next-gen consoles but it looks like PlayStation is going to come out guns blazing in September as a new PS5 event is being scheduled on the 9th of September 2020.
PlayStation 5 Event Scheduled In September
This new PlayStation event is being touted as one of the most ambitious events Sony has produced in the past and there is going to be huge reveals not only about Sony’s PlayStation 5 but also a ton of games that are going to come out at launch.
There are huge discussions in the gaming community about Sony gearing for a September event that will showcase details about things like the new hardware, UI, launch date and most important and the highly debated price of the console.
While this alone seems well ambitious enough, Sony is also looking forward to expanding their PlayStation Now services to more markets where it wasn’t available and will bring in a new surge of players opting to choose to play PlayStation’s stellar first-party games on their devices.
Games To Be Showcased During PS5 September Event
Games like Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Ratchet and Clank, Grand Turismo 7, Demon Souls, Godfall and Returnal will all get their time in the event showcasing PlayStation 5’s potential and convince a lot of potential buyers to opt for the PlayStation 5.
Sony isn’t stopping here as they’re looking all set to reveal Call of Duty: Cold War’s multiplayer gameplay, this is one title that already is making headlines all over the globe and its multiplayer is where a lot of players will want to invest their time in.
Horizon Forbidden West also looks primed and ready for its reveal as the game is scheduled to release during the release of the PlayStation 5 along with a new horror game that is being developed by Sony’s Japan Studio.
Silent Hill Reboot?
The horror game is rumored to be a Silent Hill reboot and after Kojima’s version of Silent Hill wowed the audience and was subsequently dropped it looks like Konami have once again put their faith in their IP and are looking to create a similar hype for the game.
PlayStation’s September event is getting bigger every day and we can’t wait to see what Sony has in store for us. Make sure to check out Gamer Tweak for more information about your favorite games and consoles.
What games are you looking forward to seeing in the PS5 even in September, do you think Sony will be able to beat Xbox once again in the console war or do you think that Sony still has a surprise waiting for us with an unannounced game in the pipeline.
Make sure to let us know what you’re expecting from the PS5 event in September in the comments below.