Sony to Reveal ‘Compelling PS 5 Games Line up’ Soon

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INTRO: Any time we write about the upcoming PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X,  we always have one major complaint. Sony is now finally coming out with really slow information about the PlayStation 5. That is really annoying we know that. However, if the company might finally reveal some interesting information very soon.

Sony Will Soon Bring Line-up Of Games For PS5

According to a report received from VGC,  the tech company Sony CEO Kenichiro Yoshida today said that the company will very soon reveal a very good compelling line-up of games for the console PlayStation 5. Yoshida had said all of this at Sony’s corporate strategy meeting today only.

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The CEO Yoshida had touted the PlayStation 5’s features, including all of those of the PS5 Dual Sense controller. He had said all of that PS5’s 3D audio, which is the increased speed, and the dual sense controller that creates immersive for the gaming experiences for the next-generation console.

New Gaming Experience 

“Games for the Play Station 5 that delivers this is a new game experience that is being made by both of the first and third-party developers and then we can plan to introduce a compelling line-up of titles very soon,” said Yoshida.

Sony’s announcement comes at a time when the fans are disappointed with all of Microsoft’s recent game reveal. During that Livestream, we saw all the games for the Xbox Series X till now. However, with all of the exception of Assassins Creed, there were no notable AAA titles shown off.

So as for now all of this sounds pretty nice for Sony since the company is saying that it will showcase both the third party and first-party developers. Maybe we will get to see some teasers about the upcoming games from PlayStation Studios. As of right now, we don’t know when Sony will show off the PS5 games, but we are hoping it is soon.

 

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