Update: As pointed out in the comments, it looks like we might have jumped the gun on this one. A browse through the Wayback Machine reveals that the PS5 tab was added to the US PlayStation Blog's menu on 20th March, shortly after Mark Cerny's tech specs speech.
Original Story: Sony made some changes to the PlayStation Blog overnight, including what appears to be a unification of its US and European iterations. Eagle-eyed fans have also noticed that a PlayStation 5 tab has been added prominently to the website’s main menu, perhaps hinting at imminent news. Currently, clicking the link takes you to a page filtered by content tagged with the next-gen system.
In isolation, this addition wouldn’t be all that interesting, but it’s perhaps worth repeating that there’s strong speculation we’ll be learning a lot more about the PS5 next week. The Japanese giant is yet to officially confirm a time and date for its long-awaited event, but we’d expect it to say something by Monday at the latest if it really has locked in 3rd June for its unveiling livestream.