Sony has teased a lot of information related to the PS5, and many are looking forward to the release of the console.
The powerful console will offer the ability to play games at a resolution of up to 8K support for ray-tracing, backward compatibility with the previous generation, and an enhanced controller. It will be released during the holiday season of 2020, and it will be a worthy competitor for Xbox Scarlett.
The internet rumor factory is always hard at work, and some voices claim that the full spec sheet of the console will be announced officially in February 2020 during a major PlayStation Meeting event.
A rich selection of launch titles will contribute to the early success of the device, and it seems that a new game will join the list. According to select sources Ghost of Tsushima could arrive on the upcoming console as Sucker Punch plans to make it available for both the PS4 and PS5.
While Sucker Punch announced the title a few years ago there have been no updates since E3 2018 when an impressive trailer was shown. A report published by a reliable source claims that the delay of The Last of Us Part II may have influenced the release window for Ghost of Tsushima.
The title was delayed until late 2020, but PS4 owners do not need to fear that the title will become a PS5 exclusive. That it should have been released at some point during the first half of 2020, but the date a to the previously-mentioned period.
A possible release window may have been leaked by a European store, which listed the PS5 for a short time. The console was priced at 500 euros and a release date of December 4, 2020 was also mentioned. It is important to keep in mind that many stores use placeholder dates so the date may not be accurate.