Other sources point to an event being developed for the PlayStation community, during which the Japanese will announce new products and confirm release dates for new titles. However, the show may be delayed due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
2022 belongs to a very promising period for gamers who prefer Sony hardware. At the same time, there are reports of next steps for PlayStation – it is expected that after the release of Gran Turismo 7, the manufacturer may present plans for the coming months and show the next items for PS5 and PS4.
Gamereactor’s editorial team, which has repeatedly boasted of access to behind-the-scenes information, reports that the Japanese are preparing for a big show. Reporters received a letter from the “Four Usually very reliable sources in Sony and one outside the company’ about the planned event.
According to unconfirmed information, the event will take place soon. This week, a Play Case or PlayStation Showcase may have been held, but due to events in Ukraine, Sony’s plans are likely to be delayed.
“One of the reasons this information has not been shared with you before is that some developers who are due to reveal their games at the show, and even some at PlayStation Studios, have asked to postpone the show because they don’t want to distract from the horrific events that are happening right now. Apparently, This has led to talk of delaying the show by a week or two, but at least it looks like we’ll get some very interesting announcements from PlayStation and its partners before the end of March.”
Can we hear about the not-yet-announced PlayStation Project Spartacus on the show, and also see God of War Ragnarok, Forspoken or get a sneak peek at Resident Evil 4 Remake? We have to wait for the official announcements. However, it should be noted that this is not the first band to confirm that the upcoming show will be very emotional.
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