PlayStation has offered a very brief update on its planned PS5 games reveal event, which was originally set to be broadcast on the 4th June. Said event was postponed following the ongoing Black Lives Matter protests in the US.
PlayStation has updated the description of the announcement video for the event. It now reads: "Updated: This event has been postponed. We'll be in touch with a new date soon."
It's the only update that the company has offered on the showcase thus far, but of course, "soon" can mean just about anything. That said, we wouldn't be at all surprised to hear from the firm within the next week or so. After all, if the PS5 really is launching this year, Sony will soon have no choice but to move forward with its plans, regardless of the terrible state that the world is currently in.
When do you think we'll get a new date? Take a guess in the comments section below.