According to a credible new rumor, both Sony and Microsoft still have some important tricks on how to keep their sleeves in mind when it comes to PS5 and Xbox X series games.
Both companies are reported to feel pressure to disclose pricing information by the end of August and are sitting by big game announcements. Here’s what Kinda Funny Games peer Imran Khan said the same thing in Thursday’s game broadcast episode:
“From what I’ve heard, they both have to talk about hardware this month in terms of price, availability, ‘blah blah blah.’ I’ve also heard ̵1; I don’t know if it’s this month or later – but they both have more software to show. So whether they do it now, or before the launch, or even after the launch, they both have things that will be similar to “oh shit, I can’t believe they’re revealing when here. “
Khan said more information about Sony’s third-party support for the PS5 has yet to be revealed. In a conversation a little later, fellow Tim Gettys says we have already seen Sony support third-party games such as Resident Evil 8 and Project Athia, but Khan disagrees. “There’s even more. They keep some things that I was very surprised they keep, and I wouldn’t be shocked if they showed them soon,” he teased.
If the rumors are true, it is surreal to assume that we are so close to these next gen. Console launchers and we still don’t know about the possible editions of the system being sold, let alone how much the hardware costs.
Nevertheless, here it is upcoming PS5 games and upcoming Xbox X series games we know about.