- A brand new credible rumor states Sony and Microsoft have yet to unleash significant head-turning PS5 and Xbox collection X game announcements.
- The rumor comes in Kinda Funny Games co-host Imran Khan who teased both platform holder’s upcoming plans.
- Among the statements are some astonishing third-party PS5 games.
According to a new rumor, both Microsoft and Sony are far from done dazzling fans with next-gen console-selling announcements, notably the record of games set to land PS5 and Xbox Collection X.
Discussing during the July 30 episode of this Kinda Funny Games podcast, former and overburdened senior editor at Game Informer, Imran Khan, cautioned that both Sony and Microsoft have yet to unleash significant head-turning PS5 and Xbox collection X game statements.
Sharing what he’s heard during a discussion analyzing what is in store from Sony and Microsoft over the forthcoming months, Khan explained:
‘They both have shows this season. From what I have heard, they have to discuss hardware this month, concerning pricing, availability, etc.. I’ve also heard that — whether it is later or two this month, I do not know — they do have applications to show. So whether they do before even or the launch after launch or it, they both having things which are likely to become’oh shit, I can’t believe they are revealing that here.’
More Third-Party PS5 Games To Come
Later on, the conversation turned into third party names, which Khan states Sony still has more of at the room . When talking the PS5 slate shown to date, including Project Athia, Resident Evil 8, and also Bethesda-published duo of Deathloop and Ghostwire: Tokyo, Khan mentioned:
‘There is more. They are holding on to some things which I’m really surprised they’re holding on to, if they reveal them and that I wouldn’t be shocked.’
If there is any substance to Khan’s teases, and there’s little to indicate there isn’t, it’s certainly fascinating to think there are far more’wow’ moments beforehand.
As for when we might learn about these games, the newest rumor points to some PS5 State of Play in early August, potentially sometime between Aug. 5 and Aug. 11 based on Venture Conquer’s Jeff Grubb.
Last modified: July 31, 2020 2: 20 PM UTC