The event will be shown on both Twitch and YouTube and will run for approximately 40 minutes. It is game-centric rather than hardware-centric, and will feature updates on first-party and third-party games. We know that both Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Ratchet and Clank: Rift Shivaay are scheduled to be released near the launch of the system. Nor has a release date been set. Other games, such as the Demons Souls remake, have not yet been released. There is also no official date for the PS5 version of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, but it releases three days after Microsoft’s system. Being available as a launch title for the PS5 will definitely be a big thing. However, this will be one of the first introductions of players for the new $ 70 price that we’ll see for some next-gen games. Take-Two is a similar pricing game at this stage, while other companies like Ubisoft have yet to do so.
Sony still hasn’t revealed a release date or price for the PS5, but there may be no option now that Microsoft has revealed that the Xbox Series X / S is set to release on November 10. While the Series X will cost $ 500, the less-powerful Series S will cost $ 300. This strategy differs from Sony, where the only difference between the PS5 and PS5 digital systems is the disk drive. Because of this, it is unlikely that there will be a huge difference between the two. We’ll find out soon.