Microsoft has announced today that the next May 7th hold an Inside Xbox in which show the first Xbox Series X games, your new console next-gen, in an event focused exclusively on games: it will be there where we can see for the first time how the gameplay of the console works, showing gameplays of titles like the newly announced Assassin's Creed: Valhalla.
While the Xbox company has already set a date for its presentation event of its next-gen, Sony has not yet moved and still does not specify when to officially present PS5. Rumors suggest that May will be the month chosen by the company to carry out its particular event; in fact today the journalist Jason Schreier has detailed that Sony hold their event "in a few weeks"
Few more weeks I believe Jason Schreier (@jasonschreier) April 30, 2020
Date Dance: When will PS5 be presented?
Schreier usually has good first-hand information on issues related to the ins and outs of the video game industry, since it has contacts within the world that have made it hit the spot more than once, in addition to uncover some bad practices from companies like Rockstar or Naughty Dog. The journalist does not give any specific date for the PS5 presentation event, but he drops that we will not take long to see the Sony console in a digital event.
Just yesterday, information published by the journalist Jeff Grubb of Venture Beat, which pointed to a possible presentation of PS5 on June 4, approximately one month after the Xbox Series X. This data could fit with the information that Schreier manages, since the strip of "a few weeks" is not very detailed. However, another source pointed out that both companies, Sony and Microsoft, would present their respective next-generation consoles during the month of May: this theory would invalidate Grubb's and would fit better with the time window marked by Schreier
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