PlayStation Showcase Planned For May, Insider Reiterates

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Could Arrive As Early As Next Week!

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  • A PlayStation Showcase for this month has been rumored for quite some time now.
  • More than one source has suggested that the event is planned for this month.
  • The latest report states that Sony could be set to debut its event as early as next week.

We have been hearing about a potential PlayStation Showcase scheduled for this month for quite some time now. Following the disappointment of the last showcase, fans are eagerly awaiting this year’s event, hoping for a more satisfying outcome.

The information about the PlayStation Showcase scheduled for this month was initially revealed by industry insider Jeff Grubb. Subsequently, Nick Baker corroborated this information, adding that the showcase is expected to be very exciting.

Several days after his initial report, Jeff Grubb has returned with another confirmation.

Why it matters: The PlayStation Showcase stands as one of the most significant gaming events of the year, offering insights into the projects under development at various studios.

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During the latest episode of the Giant Bombcast, Jeff Grubb reiterated and solidified his claims from earlier.

While the insider was previously unsure about the event being a showcase, he seems to have more solid information now. It appears Sony is indeed moving forward with plans for a huge event instead of a smaller State of Play.

The PlayStation Showcase is happening this month still.

-Jeff Grubb

Grubb mentioned that he lacks specific details regarding the exact timing of the showcase scheduled for this month. He noted that it could happen at any point within the upcoming weeks, noting the possibility of the event arriving as early as next week.

Last year’s PlayStation Showcase also occurred in May, and PlayStation did not make an official announcement too early. Therefore, we expect an announcement to arrive within a week of the scheduled date.

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In terms of expectations for the showcase, it is difficult to say much. However, the Silent Hill 2 Remake is anticipated to be a significant focus, alongside major titles such as Death Stranding 2 and Ghost of Tsushima 2.

We may also receive more information about Naughty Dog’s upcoming game, as the studio has been relatively quiet lately. Moreover, a new IP has been in the works at Sony Santa Monica for a while, so this could be another huge reveal to anticipate.

Elsewhere, the Xbox Games Showcase will take place next month in June, accompanied by an unknown direct, which is potentially a Call of Duty-based event.

We are excited to see what Sony has in store for us in this showcase. The gaming giant seems to be ready to break its silence, offering details on the long list of games that are currently being worked on.

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