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With PlayStation having already showcased a good chunk of new Horizon Forbidden West footage, at the end of May, and having not confirmed a State of Play-style broadcast for the E3/Summer Games Fest period next week - holy sheet, next week - while the likes of Xbox and Ubisoft have, it feels like we'll not be getting something big covering PlayStation 5 and PS4 releases for a little while, yet. Though, it might just be that said "little while" really is a short length of time.
Strictly rumour stuff, this, but there might be something big on the horizon for fans of all things PlayStation - and that horizon could well be dated June 28. This is according to a new rumour-centric post on Reddit which claims that a PlayStation Experience broadcast - the 'Experience' branding tending to be reserved for bigger deals than the now-common State of Play events - is set for said date, missing E3 but following not too far behind it.
Naturally, this is not confirmed, and we cannot say with any confidence that a significant PlayStation-orientated event will be happening at the end of June. However, this leak apparently comes from an email to a participating party, and its details while slim are definitely a little juicy.
he leak states that the PlayStation Experience event will show off more from a Guerrilla Games production - so, that'll be more Horizon Forbidden West, most likely accompanied by a release date (November 30, 2021 is being suggested). There will also be a proper look at whatever Square Enix and Bluepoint Games are said to be cooking up together, which could be Legacy of Kain, and the next-gen PlayStation VR headset, which we'll call PSVR2 for want of a better name, right now.
Also said to feature are games from Sony Santa Monica - which you've got to assume will be the God of War sequel, which we've all been calling Ragnarok - and Capcom, who could show up with a first look at Street Fighter 6, which is expected to be released in late 2022.
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