At a conference recently held for investors, Sony finally gave a minimal overview of the launch of the PS5 and assured: the console will not be released in the current fiscal year, ending on March 31, 2020.
Already what happens after April next year, only time will tell, and let’s face it: it‘s close . At the same time, the owner of the PlayStation revealed that plans to invest “31.1 billion yen” to develop the next generation handset.
A correspondent for The Wall Street Journal posted the information on Twitter. In the message in question, the reporter also reported that PS Now has had an annual increase of 40% since its launch and today has 700,000 subscribers.
-No next-gen PlayStation launch over next 12 months
-PS Now has been ave. 40% annual growth since launch, now 700,000 users
-Much of Y31.1 billion (difference between past fy op vs this fy op outlook) to be invested to develop next PlayStation console
— Takashi Mochizuki (@mochi_wsj) April 26, 2019
When do you think the PS5 will be released?
With this information, do you think the PS5 will arrive until December 2020? Period that possibly can also bring the next generation of Xbox? And how long does the current generation last after the new consoles arrive? Please comment below in the comments field.