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it if slows in 2019, they’re probably launching in 2020.” Looking at the massive sales of the PS4, it’s reasonable to agree with Pachter’s prediction.Sony will want to maintain the PS4’s strength as long as they can before they move on to something else.If you guessed 5 years before the launch of the PS4 you are correct.
Interestingly enough, Sony partnered with Bungie, the developers of Halo and Destiny, to design the PS4 controller so that it would be more beneficial when being used in first person shooters.
The announcements that Sony wouldn’t be attending E3 2019, along with the cancellation of PSX 2018, shocked everyone. It’s fair to say that some fans (myself included) were wondering what Sony’s plan was. With some of the biggest PS4 exclusives in 2019 still lacking release dates, I think we all needed some reassurance that Sony knows what they’re doing.
While it’s certainly odd for Sony to be cancelling events and pulling out of major conferences, all of this falls in line with the major leak on Reddit that revealed several major revelations about the PS5. Shawn Layden, Sony Interactive Entertainment World Studios Chairman, responded to a fan’s tweet in early December 2018 with something very interesting: We all knew that Sony wasn’t bowing out of the gaming sphere, but it’s nice to know that Shawn is listening and that plans are in place for the new year. In May of 2018 we received confirmation from Sony’s CEO that the PS4 has entered the final stage of its lifecycle, which means that Sony is planning ahead for the PS5.
Sony’s making so much money with the PS5 that I think they’ll continue to milk it as long as they can milk it.
The PS5 is probably going to be their real 4K device, and so it just feels to me that they’re not going to launch the PS5 until sales momentum for the PS4 slows, and it just hasn’t.