The journalist of VentureBeat
In a tweet posted on the night of May 15, Grubb updated his particular list of summer video game events
Sony issued a recently dedicated State of Play exclusively to Ghost of Tsushima, but to date, that format has functioned as a kind of Nintendo Direct, featuring various AAA games and some independent titles or medium budget. This will be the case of that program planned for late summer, "but now with PS5 games", affirms the journalist.
It's hard to nail down details because things are still in flux. But June 4 is a hefty next-gen showcase. August should be like previous States of Play (but now with PS5 games!).
I'll probably finally get this all written in a story on Monday.— Jeff Grubb (@JeffGrubb) May 15, 2020
The other major change on the list has to do with the aforementioned June event. Last week he made sure that the console was presented with a "complete video game grill" and named that event as Slate of Play, referring to the large number of titles that would be revealed. That has changed, according to Grubb, who now says that on June 4 there will be a "PlayStation event". It will be "a heavy demonstration of the next generation".
Of course, keep in mind that Sony has not confirmed any of this information., so perhaps the plans can change. Grubb himself asserts that these they are still in a fluctuating state. That said, this journalist has released official information in the past, such as the announcement of Paper Mario: The Origami King for Nintendo Switch and remasters of Mario three-dimensional that have not yet been confirmed.