Tech View: PlayStation 5 confirmed for Christmas as clash of consoles rages
This holiday season is a pivotal one for the consoles market, as streaming platforms have an increasing impact on games hardware
The clash of the consoles will go ahead as planned this Christmas, despite concerns that the Covid-19 crisis would delay it. PlayStation’s top bosses confirmed last week that the PlayStation 5 (PS5) would be out in time for the holiday shopping season, despite concerns that access to materials might delay production.
It’s a rare position for Sony, the console maker, as it’s the first time since the PlayStation 1 (PS1) that it enters a...
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