Sony yesterday announced an official “PlayStation Showcase” event to give an outlook on plans for the PS5. In addition to games, the completion of the firmware update, which is currently being tested, could also be an issue.
As Sony announced on its PlayStation blog, they want to hold a so-called showcase on Thursday, September 9, 2021, at 9 p.m. GMT, in which they want to give a “look at the future of the PlayStation 5”. Games are obviously the focus.
Sony supplemented its announcement with the note that there will be “updates from PlayStation Studios and industry-wide leading developers”. Apparently, they want to inform about which games Sony and its partners will bring to the market for the PS5 in the further course of the year and especially during the important Christmas business.
In addition, the upcoming firmware update could also be discussed, with which Sony creates the possibility of equipping the PlayStation 5 with its own M.2 SSD and thus expanding the storage space. In addition, the update also brings a revised PS5 dashboard and 3D audio support for TV speakers.
Another possible topic is the new PlayStation VR headset for the PS5 which, according to previous reports, was recently shown to developers. The PS5 VR headset allegedly connects to the game console via a single cable and has two OLED displays with 2000×2040 pixels each, which together enable a wider field of view of 110 degrees.
When it comes to games, there should be products from large and small studios, for example, a next-gen update for GTA V, gameplay of the final edition of Deathloop, and a few other titles.
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