Sony has 'revealed' their first ps5 game!
The developer for Sony has fuelled PS5 rumours, saying it will launch on "all relevant console platforms at that time". But what is it though?
Daedalic Entertainment has announced that they are developing a game called 'The Lord of the Rings: Gollum', which is expected to be released in 2021. Which is also when the PS5 is suspected to be revealed! The actual game is a narrative-driven action adventure that delves into Gollum's story a bit more. The CEO at Daedalic, Carsten Fitchtelmann, has said "We tell Gollum's story from a perspective never seen before, in any storytelling medium, all the while staying true to the legendary books of J.R.R. Tolkien.
What are the rumours telling us about PS5's release?
Back in May 2018, a Sony Interactive CEO who goes by the name John Kodera made a comment that PS4's life cycle was coming to an end, obviously, this would give people the thought that a new PlayStation is being hinted towards us, but is there any more information?
Kodera had hinted that the PS5 would be released in 2021 which somehow did contradict analyst reports that suggested the PS5 would be released in late 2019-2020. But with analysts and investors being questioned at Sony's investor relations day, they said: "the period until March 2021 would be when PlayStation grows further." Now, this is a big clue as to the release of the PS5 which also links into LOTR: Gollums release being stated it'd be released within 2021. No more information has been disclosed about the initial release of the PS5.
Here is what the PS5 is expected to look like!
Due to Sony not confirming anything with the PS5 being in development, you can expect it to be released around 2021. There may not be a financial rush as the PS4 is still high in sales; there have been over 50 million PS4 units sold!
This does look very nice as a product from Sony and we can definitely see some technological advancements from Sony, only time is to tell what the specifications of this console will be, and whether it will live up to Sonys legacy of being amazing and better than previous consoles, it most likely will due to technology getting better by the day!
A bit of backstory about LOTR!
The LOTR universe does keep on expanding, even the original blockbuster trilogy finished just 16 years ago, and the Hobbit films sort of bombed. Some entertainment giants do believe there's still mileage in the franchise as a whole. Amazon has even announced a forthcoming TV series, and now Daedalic has even revealed they're working on a new game which is as we say LOTR: Gollum