Not-E3 season arrives, and June is filling up with major gaming showcases and events such as the Xbox/Bethesda Games Showcase, PC Gaming Show, and more. However, VentureBeat journalist Jeff Grubb has now reported that Sony is organizing its own PlayStation event in early June.
Grubb revealed on his current podcast (discovered by Reddit) that he has heard from various sources that Sony is planning a PlayStation event for the first week of June. “I’m also hearing from numerous sources that Sony will hold a show in the first week of June.” “I can’t corroborate anything, but I’m hearing from a lot of different sources, so it may simply be scuttlebutt,” Grubb remarked.
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Grubb later tweeted that he has also heard that nothing will happen until September. This is significant since God of War Ragnarok, PlayStation’s largest exclusive of the year, is slated to come sometime in 2022, although no firm date has been set.
It’s likely that PlayStation may give the anticipated sequel its own State of Play event before September, but some fans feel this could signal another delay. Furthermore, PlayStation may schedule a smaller State of Play event in June, followed by a larger one in September.
At this point, we’ll simply have to wait and see what PlayStation has in store for gamers, particularly for the rest of the year, which presently lacks big releases other than Square Enix’s Forspoken and, presumably, God of War Ragnarok.
In related news, Xbox just postponed the release of Starfield and Redfall to 2023, two huge Xbox exclusives that were set to premiere before the end of the year. This also leaves Microsoft’s late 2022 timeframe somewhat vacant. Hopefully, Sony and Microsoft will have something for fans before the end of the year.