A few hours ago, Sony Interactive Entertainment published a job offer for one of its divisions in which they mentioned that the new generation console, PlayStation 5, would be released throughout the month of October. However, the company announced a few minutes ago that this is a mistake. Next-gen console won't launch in October. A statement from the Famitsu media asked Sony about the date and the company has replied saying that it was an error. Thus, Sony maintains release date for Christmas 2020
Update: Famitsu asked Sony about the listing and they deny the October 2020 release date, saying it was an error by the recruitment sitehttps://t.co/giRGqsB0xo
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Another news received today, has been the alleged launch of the PlayStation 5 in two different versions. Although it comes from a Reddit rumor, the console would be presented with a 1.65 TB SSD storage, worth 599 euros and another console with 825 GB of SSD storage for the price of 499 euros. The first news was denied by the company, we are still awaiting confirmation for this second one.