Just a month later, the E3 2019 gaming exhibition will open its doors, and on the eve of this event, rumors are multiplying in the network. Attention is mainly focused on companies that plan to attend the event, but the media do not forget about those who refused to participate. So, news about the timing of the upcoming exclusives Sony, Ghost of Tsushima and The Last of Us Part II, gamers are waiting for no less than other information — and Jason Schreier, the editor of Kotaku, shed light on this issue.
In comments to Schreier's material about the E3 2019 schedule, the question was raised as to why Sony decided to sidestep the conference. The main theory is that corporations have nothing to show. But the editor Kotaku believes otherwise. According to the journalist, this autumn the company may release The Last of Us Part II — if there are no sudden delays.
But Ghost of Tsushima, according to Schreier, will have to wait a little longer: it supposedly should be released in early 2020. After it, at the end of the year, will go on sale and the long-awaited PS5 says the editor. He is confident that both games will be available on both PlayStation 5 and PS4. Of course, this information cannot be called accurate, but the reporter certainly has extensive connections in the industry and knows more than ordinary gamers.