Sony Interactive Entertainment has reportedly launched PlayStation 5 in seven prominent markets including Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Mexico, South Korea, Japan, and the United States. The company is set to announce PS5’s global release on November 19, with rollout throughout the rest of the world, in Asia, Europe, Middle East, South Africa, and South America.
As per sources, SIE is greeting this new gaming generation by lighting up popular sites and iconic buildings in 25 territories across the globe and is also projecting PlayStation brand imagery including the PS5 console, PlayStation shapes, and the DualSense wireless controller. Cities like Seoul, Tokyo, New York, Mexico City, Auckland, and Toronto have already gone live with more cities slated to join in the coming week.
According to SIE President and CEO, Jim Ryan, this marks a historic moment for the PlayStation brand and everyone at SIE is thrilled to celebrate the launch of PlayStation 5 along with the company’s community of industry partners, fans, and game developers. Ryan has further stated that PlayStation 5 is indeed a next generation console representing the commencement of an all-new gaming era, adding that the company is excited about the novel worlds that players will begin to experience.
SIE humbly works with a brilliant community of world class game developers and believes that their creativity will bring boundless possibilities about the future of gaming on PS5, expressed Ryan.
Apparently, PS5’s game library is considered as the best lineup in the history of PlayStation console history, led by release day titles from SIE Worldwide Studios, comprising Astro’s Playroom, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Sackboy: A Big Adventure, and Demon’s Souls. Further, owners of PS5 will also be equipped to enjoy over three dozen new games this holiday, inclusive of extremely anticipated games by SIE’s publishing partners like Godfall (Gearbox Publishing), Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War (Activision), FIFA 21 (EA), Fortnite (Epic Games), NBA 2K21 (2K), and Watch Dogs: Legion and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (Ubisoft), amongst others.