Official documents confirm that the release date of PlayStation 6 is earlier than expected
It looks as though the PlayStation 6 will be here sooner than you think.
Documents show that Sony the next PlayStation is on its way. It seems that progress never ceases. I wish my wallet would do that.
We’ll take a look at the previous PlayStation generations. The average time interval between PlayStation consoles is five to seven years. The PS2 was released a few years after Sony’s original PlayStation. It took six and half years for the PS3 to arrive, and seven years later the PS4 arrived.
The PlayStation 6 would arrive at its earliest in 2028 if we were to assume that we will wait another seven or eight years between consoles.
Official court documents released as part of the Activision-Blizzard fight, between Sony and Microsoft, suggest that the next PlayStation will be available in 2027.
According to Sony, on page 8 of this 22-page document, it is claimed that Microsoft “offered” to make Activision games only available for PlayStation until 2027.
The document continued, “By [redacted] when SIE launches the next-generation of its PlayStation Console (which will likely occur around that time), it would lose access to Call of Duty titles and other Activision games. This makes it vulnerable to consumers switching to another console and a subsequent decline in its competitiveness.”
It’s not clear what the exact release date for the PS6 is, but it shouldn’t be hard to figure out that the PS6 will launch in 2027/2028.
It’s still some time away. You’ll be interested in the PlayStation 5 Slim, and PlayStation 5 Pro that Sony is sure to release over the next couple of years. They will do this to get some extra money from us as they work on the PlayStation 6