Hmmm, this is a tricky one. Sony's website has been updated with a teaser for its CES 2020 press conference, which is taking place on Monday 6th January, 2020. The website reads: "The future is coming." Ominous.
Of course, it's difficult not to immediately think of the PlayStation 5's big reveal, which has long been rumoured to be an early 2020 event. An unveiling of the next-gen console at CES 2020 certainly seems possible -- but is it actually happening?
Here's the thing: CES -- or the Consumer Electronics Show -- is a long running event where Sony usually flaunts its non-PlayStation products. Traditionally, the company holds a relatively short press conference that covers the firm's electronics -- things like televisions and phones, along with the occasional prototype technology that's being worked on behind closed doors.
Again, traditionally, Sony's CES showings have little to do with PlayStation -- but with the PS5 on the horizon, this year could be different. And yes, the press conference will be livestreamed. It begins at 5pm PST on the 6th January (that's 1am UK time on the 7th January).
So, could this be the big PS5 reveal? We're not totally convinced given Sony's history at CES, but company's approach with regards to the PS5 thus far has been different to say the least. We'll know for sure soon enough.
Do you think it's happening? Dream of the ideal PS5 reveal in the comments section below.