The CEO cited improvements to the PS5, such as the DualSense controller, 3D audio, and upgraded hardware specs, as reasons why "people should make games that can make the most of these features". The digital showcase will be a little longer than an hour, giving us a first look at a bunch of PS5 games. He also believes COVID-19 will not impact distribution of the console. "Leading the way with our first-party titles including Halo Infinite in 2020, we're committed to ensuring that games from Xbox Game Studios support cross-generation entitlements and that your Achievements and game saves are shared across devices". Sony is not holding a physical event due to the ongoing pandemic and will present a look into the "future of gaming" on the PS5 via a live stream next week.
PS5: The Future of Gaming presentation will take place June 4
Sony has made it official that the PlayStation 5 event will be held online on June 4. For game enthusiasts, the event is worth looking forward to.More news: At 4.6% of GDP, FY20 fiscal deficit breaches FRBM Act escape clause
While Microsoft's Xbox division used the occasion to embark on its own series of monthly Xbox Series X presentations, it declined to forecast its June event, instead teasing that Halo Infinite would be shown alongside a wider selection of internal studio titles in July.More news: Michael Jordan says he had food poisoning -- not flu- - in NBA Finals
From the teaser itself only featuring the DualSense and Ryan's announcement largely centering on PS5 games, this may just be a software showcase for the time being.More news: Hands on photos of the Pixel 4a XL that nearly was
"There are few things as exciting as the launch of a new console". In fact, these new experiences can only be enjoyed on PS5. Whether that's pricing, pre-order details, the UI, backward compatibility information, or any other aspect remains to be seen.