PlayStation 5 Worldwide Release: Sony is preparing the release of the PS5: The new console is scheduled to be launched at the end of the year. The manufacturer has not yet given a final release date. Sony has set itself the goal of simultaneously launching the PlayStation 5 worldwide, according to a recent report on Bloomberg.com.
Fans remember: The PS4 appeared gradually in the individual regions. Japanese players even had to wait three months longer for the PS4 launch.
PlayStation 5 Worldwide Release
The PlayStation 5 Worldwide Release has been announced for the end of the year. Sony wants to launch the new console on time for Christmas 2020. The manufacturer has not yet announced a final release date for the PlayStation 5.
Sony apparently has set itself the goal of simultaneously launching the PS5 worldwide. The desire for simultaneous worldwide publication comes from PlayStation boss Jim Ryan personally, as Bloomberg wants to know from employees within the Sony supply chains.
However, there are no specific indications of the intended release month of the PS5. Most recently, there was always speculation about the release of the PS5 in November. If everything goes according to plan, this time players can dive into the first PS5 adventures worldwide at the same time.
Fans remember: The PS4 appeared gradually. On November 15, 2013, the PlayStation 4 was initially released in the USA. In Europe, sales started on November 29, 2013. Japanese players even had to wait three months longer: In Asia, the PS4 was only released on February 22, 2014.
Most recently, Sony had repeatedly indicated that despite the Corona crisis, the release of the PS5 should continue to be planned for the end of 2020. Analysts were already assuming that the new console might not appear until 2021. The company recently announced a postponement of The Last of Us Part 2.
The PS4 action-adventure originally planned for May has been postponed indefinitely. The corona pandemic led to logistical problems. There has also recently been speculation that Sony will have to change its marketing plans for the PS5 in the wake of the corona crisis.