PS5 Full Reveal Reportedly Planned For Early 2020

PS5 Full Reveal Reportedly Planned For Early 2020

It looks like we may not have to wait too much longer for Sony’s official reveal of the PlayStation 5. According to a brand new rumor, Sony Interactive Entertainment is allegedly planning on revealing the PS5 to the world in February 2020, though the actual source for this rumor is, well, a bit questionable.

The new information comes by way of 4chan via YouTuber Mystic, who recently reported on a larger dump of ‘news’ that also contained info on Ghost of Tsushima and The Last of Us Part II. According to the rumor, a Sony event will be held on February 12th that will feature the full reveal of the PS5, alongside a slew of game reveals from both first and third party studios. As mentioned, this is by no means a confirmation of what will actually be happening, though a February 2020 reveal date for the PS5 certainly sounds plausible, especially given that the PS4 was revealed at a similar event back in February 2013.

Adding fuel to the fire is the recent reveal of what are allegedly PlayStation 5 dev kits, unveiled in a recent Sony patent and later turned into a bunch of intriguing 3D renders by LetsGoDigital. It is of course still entirely plausible that Sony will instead be unveiling the PS5 at E3 2020, though given its recent penchant for avoiding video game cons, we could in fact be getting our first real look at the new console in just five short months.

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Ryan is the Lead Editor for Don't Feed the Gamers. When he isn't writing, Ryan is likely considering yet another playthrough of Final Fantasy IX. He's also the DFTG cinnamon bun.


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