The world is currently going through a real crisis thanks to the coronavirus. After clearing the globe and removing many of us from our homes, refraining from attending public events or even going out in public without the necessary masks and gloves, we wondered what some planned revelations might be. After all, this year we’ve seen several events canceled and some products have even been delayed. One of the releases that could affect the coronavirus is the PlayStation 5, but according to Sony, this did not happen.
After entering 2020, we learned that Microsoft and Sony planned to release their next-generation panels this holiday season. It certainly shut down factories before the health epidemic, closed borders and prevented any rallies. Now that we’re still in its density, we can imagine what the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X could mean. Both companies have claimed that their boards are still on track, and today we learned that Sony has reaffirmed that the PlayStation 5 is Will be launched during the holiday season.
The news comes in a financial report when Sony acknowledged that the COVID-19 virus prevented some tests and the continuation of its qualification line, but was still on the comfort track for the 2020 holiday season. The question may arise as to how many units the panel has up and running this holiday season. Similarly, we’ve always heard the virus predict that “fall season will be a problem again which will affect the release of some products like PlayStation 5”.
While we’re still waiting for more information on the PlayStation 5, we’ve seen some gameplay demonstrations using the debating platform Epic Games Unreal Engine 5 The company recently unveiled its Unreal Engine 5 using the PS5. , Sony has launched an umbrella for its PlayStation video games called PlayStation Studios.