While it's unknown how shifting the date could affect Sony's plans, the developer reportedly meant to put together a roster of both first-party and third-party next-gen games for the original schedule.
After some vague comments that only served to fuel the idea that either the console wasn't up to scratch, or that there was some kind of exclusivity deal with Sony, Epic co-founder and CEO, Tim Sweeney, has weighed in on Twitter to put the matter to rest once and for all. With its higher velocity, 3D sound and superior sensory notion courtesy of the brand new twin sense controller, PlayStation 5 may very well be a real next-gen gaming expertise for gamers. Yoshida continued by bringing up the topic of games available for the console.
So there you have it; when it comes to the PS5 and Xbox Series X, Unreal Engine 5 will look eye-poppingly stunning on both pieces of hardware. Insofar as launch titles, are there any you'd like to see once the console officially hits stores later this year?
The company also mentioned in the strategy meeting that the game demand is up because of the lockdown, and it noted that PlayStation Plus subscriptions have recently got to 41.5 million.
PlayStation has also announced a new themed branding called "PlayStation Studios".
While these two events are highlighted, Sony will also reportedly utilise its PlayStation Blog and other social channels for various announcements across the months as well. In this event, Sony Interactive Entertainment will share both first and third party games for PlayStation 5. "We will soon announce a solid line of games for PS5", said the manager.For now, the console will not be delayed due to the coronavirus.
NSW to increase venue capacity to 50
Deputy Premier John Barilaro said the move was a big boost for regional areas. "It's our happy hour, time to wine and dine". The state will enter stage two of the federal government's three-stage plan at the beginning of June.
Coronavirus: Weekly NI care home deaths fall again
Nisra publishes weekly statistics which total all deaths where coronavirus has been recorded on the death certificate. The Department of Health in the North announces deaths in hospitals and records only cases confirmed by Covid-19.