The PlayStation Future of Gaming (opens in new tab) event, which promises a look at Sony's slate of upcoming PS5 games (opens in new tab), appears to be set for a June 11 premiere, with a leaked advertisement on Twitch bearing the event's new date.
The all online showcase was originally scheduled to take place last week - Thursday, June 4 - but was rescheduled (opens in new tab) to "allow more important voices to be heard" in light of the ongoing Black Lives Matter (opens in new tab) protests taking place around the globe.
This is what the ad looks like. pic.twitter.com/D19AzzT2aKJune 8, 2020
This leaked advertisement appears to suggest that Sony have delayed the PS5 (opens in new tab) reveal event by one week exactly, though this new info can't be taken as a guarantee of PlayStation's official plans. Just last week, however, the company said it would be sharing more "soon." (opens in new tab)
If this Thursday really is the revised date for the Future of Gaming briefing, then you can likely expect Sony to make a full announcement later today, along with details on how you'll be able to watch the show live from the comfort of your own living room.
As for what to expect, bookies' odds currently have the the numbers on reveals for Horizon Zero Dawn 2 (opens in new tab), Spider-Man PS5 (opens in new tab), and hopefully a better understanding of the PS5 price (opens in new tab), release date, and much, much more. Be sure to stay tuned to GamesRadar for more info as it arrives and to watch the stream whenever it airs.
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