The PS5 reveal event and date has finally been announced by PlayStation

After months of rumours, Sony has confirmed the PS5 (opens in new tab) reveal event is indeed happening, announcing the date, time, and venue for its global unveiling of the next-gen console. Citizens of the PlayStation nation, your prayers have been answered.

The online PlayStation reveal will take place tomorrow, March 18, at 9AM PT/ 12PM ET/4PM GMT on the PlayStation Blog (opens in new tab), with PS5 architect Mark Cerny providing a “a deep dive into PS5’s system architecture and how it will shape the future of games.”

Tomorrow at 4pm GMT / 5pm CET, PS5 lead system architect Mark Cerny provides a deep dive into PS5’s system architecture and how it will shape the future of games.Watch tomorrow on PlayStation Blog: 17, 2020

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While PlayStation has announced various details about its next-gen plans over the past year, this event is expected to answer some of our biggest remaining questions about the PS5 specs (opens in new tab), PS5 price (opens in new tab), and more, and could potentially reveal several upcoming PS5 games (opens in new tab) developed exclusively for the platform. 

The PS5 will be competing directly against Microsoft’s own next-gen console, the Xbox Series X (opens in new tab), when both release in the Holiday season later this year, with the ball in Sony’s court to win over potential buyers after the latter has already confirmed several key details about its 2020 plans, including the hardware’s launch line-up, design, and more. 

You can read the full blog post announcing the PS5 news here and, of course, GamesRadar will be covering the news online, so be sure to stay tuned for all our impressions and updates.

For more, check out all the biggest new games of 2020 (opens in new tab) to keep an eye on, or watch our latest episode of Dialogue Options below.

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