Gamers worldwide will get their first glimpse of what the PlayStation 5 is capable of during the “Future of Gaming” event. The show, which will run for “a bit more than an hour,” was originally scheduled for June 4th, but was rescheduled in solidarity with protests around the world.
We still haven’t seen what the new PlayStation 5 looks like, and Sony’s announcements are only promising footage of games running on PS5 during the broadcast. It’s also unclear when Sony will reveal the price and release date of the PS5. After the slightly anticlimactic and dense technical presentation by Mark Cerny in March, though, Sony hopefully has some show-stopping reveals in store.
The PS5 event will begin at 4:00 p.m. ET on Thursday, June 10th. You can stream the show online via YouTube or Twitch.
Back on April 7th, Sony revealed the new PlayStation 5 wireless controller, which is called the DualSense, which features haptic feedback and adaptive triggers to increase immersion, and replaces the “share” button with a new “create” button.
A first look at DualSense, PS5’s new wireless controller.
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) April 7, 2020