Not only the next-gen Sony console (PlayStation 5?) but also The Last of Us Part II‘s release date is also affected in the leak…
Sony is silent this year – they weren’t attending E3, they didn’t show much of The Last of Us Part II, and Ghost of Tsushima was a no-show during 2019. Now comes a somewhat unreliable source (4chan), but we have seen miracles, so let’s take a look at what we see here.
So the person claims based on internal PlayStation PR emails that the next State of Play stream will be held. This is going to happen on November 1, which is a bit far away for now. It will focus on three games, namely Death Stranding (which will get a launch trailer, as it will be available from November 8 on PlayStation 4, with a PC port following shortly becoming more and more possible…), Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (which drops a week later, on November 15, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC), and Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us Part II. Its new video will reveal the release date (May 15 – we have heard this day somewhere already…). Ghost of Tsushima will not be part of the stream, as Sucker Punch has allegedly received more development time to make it a cross-gen title on both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.
Speaking of the PlayStation 5, the same poster claims that its reveal event will happen on February 12, and Activision, Ubisoft, and Electronic Arts have all received invitations to show their next-gen titles off at this event. As the PlayStation 5 is possibly coming in late 2020 due to the Xbox Project Scarlett (which already officially stated it will come out that holiday season), it seems plausible.
However, all this information is not confirmed.