At CES 2020, Sony only presented the PlayStation 5 logo, but did not yet officially follow the next-gen console. According to a new rumor, this should actually take place in February 2020.
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There has been speculation on the internet for a long time, Sony could officially present the PlayStation 5 at a special event in February 2020 – and these are now receiving new food based on a new rumor. However, the report remains to be enjoyed with caution for the following reasons.
Via 4chan an anonymous Leaker has spoken, claiming that Sony had actually planned a PlayStation event next month. This should take place on February 12 and not only the PS5 itself will be the focus. According to the Leaker, the supposed Assassin's Creed Ragnarok from Ubisoft should be announced at Sony.
And this is exactly where the dog is buried: Because, detached from the fact that there is no verifiable source, a renowned analyst recently spoke up and made it clear that virtually all current leaks related to Assassin's Creed Ragnarok were inaccurate and the game not even Ragnarok will be called. In this respect, there are also considerable doubts regarding the supposed PS5 reveal event.
On the other hand: There was already speculation in August 2019 about a PS5 launch in February 2020. The background at the time was a marketing email from Sony, which is said to have specifically spoken of February 12. In addition, it was said back then that Sony should also invite third-party developers such as Activision, EA, Square Enix and Ubisoft to this event. Ghost of Tsushima should also be presented in-house.
As long as there is no official announcement from Sony itself, we are probably all still in the dark. The February date is certainly not very improbable. Finally, the PS4 was also introduced at a PlayStation meeting of its time on February 20, 2013. We'll keep you up to date!