Sony has announced that the PS5 games reveal event is now set to take place on June 11.
Announced via the PlayStation Blog, they also confirmed that the “pre-taped” footage will be streamed at 1080p and 30 fps to ease off the production process as most of the staff is now working from home.
This caused a bit of disappointment among the fans as watching next-generation games with the limitations of this generation isn’t actually a good first impression.
However, Sony’s Sidh Shuman later confirmed that most of the trailers that will be showcased during the stream will be available later on Youtube in 4K.
Not surprising but good to have confirmation: Sid from Sony says that the majority of trailers shown at the PS5 event will be available in 4K on YouTube after the showhttps://t.co/S3YZ6x9mZ7 pic.twitter.com/tLvZAN3mrZ
— Nibel (@Nibellion) June 9, 2020
Sony’s PS5 games reveal event was initally planned for June 4, but was postponed indefintely due to the ongoing #BlackLivesMatter protests all over United States.
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