Sony will announce games for the PlayStation 5 on June 11, after it has been postponed in the face of protests in the U.S. and elsewhere. Sony said it would also devote $1 million for funding anti-racism organizations on Monday , June 8. The new date for the event is revealed days after the Japanese firm has postponed the event originally scheduled for June 4 to allow protesters to have more space during the protests.
The case on Thursday will not be on the console but will be on computer games. Sony will announce some of the original games the firm plans to release later this year at the same time as the PS5. The event will take place at 1:00 p.m. Thursday, June 11. Time for the Pacific. Sony has already given the console some technical details and showed the DualSense game controller, but there is still a lack of information such as price, official sale date and console features, as well as its design.
Sony will concentrate on games because the Asian business is aware of how poorly Microsoft has performed in recent weeks with the launches of certain games for the Xbox Series X and wants to show the potential that the PS5 has with the games that will be coming for the same. Sony is expected to make other similar announcements with state of play events. According to sources the next comparable occurrence will be in August.