If the most recent leaks are accurate, it is a great day for fans of PlayStation 5. Aside from the details of the gaming console's next State of Play, the new leak claims that it got a hold of the details about the PlayStation Meeting 2020, which is the event that will officially launch the next generation gaming console. Additionally, it also reveals the release date details of some of the highly anticipated titles.
This year, Sony has been very discreet; it did not attend the E3 event and seemed to hold back some details on its next-generation console, the PlayStation 5. Fans of the earlier rumored PS5 exclusive games like "The Last of Us 2" and "Ghost of Tsushima" are also looking for more details about the games from the Japanese gaming console giant. But, 4Chan user esTowj claims that he has the internal planning details of the PR team of PlayStation which contains information about the launch of the PlayStation 5.
The same 4Chan leaker also claims that Sony will hold its PlayStation Meeting on February 12, 2020. During this event, the Japanese console maker will debut the PlayStation 5 along with several game publishers like EA, Activision, and Ubisoft. Although we already have an idea about the next generation gaming console from Sony, an official reveal will formally bear all the minute details that gamers and tech enthusiasts would like to know about the gaming console.
Through the event, we could get more details about the price, specs, and the accessories of the PlayStation 5 like the PSVR 2, which is the console's virtual reality headset. The leak also reveals that "Ghost of Tsushima" and the highly anticipated sequel "The Last of Us 2" are also scheduled to make an appearance during the PlayStation 5 event. These games are earlier rumored to be exclusive PlayStation 5 titles.
The latest claim seems to align with previous speculations about the PS-exclusive sequel. It can be recalled that there were several rumors in the past that claims that "The Last of Us 2" will be released in 2020 just right after the PlayStation 5 was officially released. It would be nice to hear more official details about "The Last of Us 2" considering that the last official news about the sequel was about the end of the shooting and filming of the title almost a year ago.
The latest leak about the PlayStation 5 and the PlayStation exclusive titles are very interesting. But, claims like these must be taken with a barrel of salt and must be treated with skepticism until Sony confirms it.