GAMERS could finally get their first look at the PlayStation 5 next month, according to reports.
Sony is allegedly working towards an event on or around June 5 where it may reveal the mysterious console alongside a handful of its launch games.
The Tokyo tech titan announced the PS5 last year alongside a few details about its specs and a tentative “Holidays 2020” release date.
Months later and Sony still hasn’t shared the console’s design or price, leaving gamers to feed off scraps found in various leaks and rumours.
That may all change next month when the firm hosts a big summer reveal event, likely on June 4, according to VentureBeat.
Insiders told the tech news site that it’s “possible” the PS5 itself will be revealed alongside some of its first games.
A demo of some early gameplay may also be on the cards, according to the report.
However, the source was not able to say for certain what – if anything – would be revealed at the alleged event.
As for whether we’ll see the PS5, they said: “It’s possible, but I cannot confirm that.”
Sony has yet to officially announce any major events for next month, so take the report with a pinch of salt.
What we know for sure is that the company will host its annual State of Play presentation in August.
It’s safe to say we’ll get a good look at the PS5 then if Sony hasn’t already made its long-anticipated reveal by then.
Sony is currently lagging behind Microsoft when it comes to details on its new console.
The US firm will release the Xbox Series X later this year, and last week hosted a live-streamed event showing off some of its launch games.