GAME Guildford has tweeted that customers who have registered their interest in a new PlayStation 5 console should have their credit card ready and “standby for updates”. They say the PlayStation 5 announcement is scheduled for tomorrow and that “things are going to end this week.”
Well they did, but they deleted the tweet. Good thing I captured the screen.
Probably Sony had very vague words with the GAME head office.
Residents of the United States can begin a new quest to secure PlayStation 5 by registering for pre-orders from Sony. You will need to give them your PSN ID to sign up, but this does not mean that you are guaranteeing a console.
A limited amount of PS5 consoles will be available for pre-order, so we’ll invite some of our current consumers to be among the pre-orders from PlayStation. Pre-order reservations will be taken on a first-come-first-served basis, so once you invite via email, we encourage you to follow the instructions and act fast.
If you pre-register, Sony will decide if you get a pre-order invitation “based on past interests and PlayStation activities.”
The first TV spot for the PlayStation 5 has also come with Sony trying to describe to people what it would be like to play games on their next-gen console, including things like 3D audio, haptic feedback and adaptive triggers Will be.
This is a high concept video, which thrills a woman in a strange and mysterious world. The opening line says, “Welcome to a world where you can feel more,” and is an important part of Sony’s pitch for the next generation. Dualdisk controllers have adaptive triggers to move different pressures at your fingertips, while more advanced haptic feedback has to be incorporated to add more nuances than the rumble motors found in DualShock. 3D audio with advanced HRTF processing to simulate different ear sizes Whether you’re listening to sound from a TV, whether a set of headphones or an existing surround sound set, aim to make audio more immersive and spatial.
All of this is completely abstract to end users at the moment. Literally the only person who has ever touched a dualsense until this point is Geoff Keiley – I’m obviously getting quite exaggerated there – with the Kovid-19 epidemic sweeping the game press to trade shows or small private events There is no possibility of a public demo booth fearing that the dual demo will be contaminated and help the virus spread.