Watch Sony's PlayStation 5 "The Future of Gaming" Event Here

The stream starts at 1 PM PDT, 9 PM BST, and 10 PM CEST.

Sony confirms that its PlayStation 5

Watch Sony's PlayStation 5 "The Future of Gaming" Event Here

Later today, Sony plans to showcase what its next-generation console, the PlayStation 5, will be capable of, calling their event "The Future of Gaming". This event will start streaming across the world at 1 PM PDT, 9 PM BST, and 10 PM CEST. This stream will be available on both YouTube and Twitch.

Sony has confirmed that this stream has been pre-recorded and will be broadcast at 1080p 30 FPS, something which is sure to disappoint those who wished to see any 4K 60 FPS footage from the event. Sony has stated that audio will be a big focus here, so viewers should use headphones when listening to their gaming broadcast. Trailer and gameplay from the event will be released as separate videos at higher resolutions and framerates when applicable. 

Sony has confirmed that its PlayStation 5 console will release globally in 2020, setting side rumours of console production issues, the company also confirmed that its first-party games are on schedule, many of which should be expected at the PS5's launch.   
Jim Ryan, the president and CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment, said that "it's time to give fans something that can only be enjoyed on PlayStation 5". To do this, Sony has invited gamers to a livestreamed event where the company plans to showcase what its next-generation console is capable of. This event will last for over an hour and be hosted on both Twitch and YouTube. 

At this event, Sony promises to showcase games from both new and established studios titles that are both big and small. Through this event, Sony wants to show gamers how the PlayStation 5 will "redefine the future of videogames". At this time, we do not expect Sony to reveal the PlayStation 5's pricing at their "The Future of Gaming" event. 

If the rumour mill is to be believed, Sony is expected to reveal Horizon: Zero Dawn 2 and a remake of Demon Souls at the event. A PlayStation 5 version of Bloodborne is also expected. 

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11-06-2020, 15:12:18


SONY... lets talk about the ssd , ME.... it doesn't matter how fast it loads the games if they look crap.

also, that unreal engine demo on ps5 was running at 1440p 30 fps.

At some point they will realize there is no money to be made off consoles anymore ( for what it costs to build them ) and start releasing there games on pc

When you start paying 500 plus pounds for console you might as well start looking at the PC Platform.Quote

11-06-2020, 17:24:52

Found the elitist keyboard warrior ^^^
"iTs 30 fPs"

Reveal was pretty good imo. Looking forward to a lot of it. Started off with a bang with Spiderman then ended with a hell yes on Horizon Zero DawnQuote

11-06-2020, 17:38:20

1440p 165fps here on pc , i do own a PS4 though and 30fps is not good.
also i'am no fanboy but come on ( THE FUTURE OF GAMING ) really , i don't think so.Quote

11-06-2020, 17:38:24

I think most of it was crap tbh, Spider-man, Demon souls, HZD 2 and res evil only things worth a look in my opinion nothing enough to make me want a launch buyQuote

11-06-2020, 17:39:14

Opening with a remaster of a remaster of a 2013 game (GTAV) did seem almost ironicQuote

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