PlayStation summer showcase will reportedly take place towards end of May

PlayStation summer showcase will reportedly take place towards end of May
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The annual PlayStation summer showcase will reportedly be taking place on or during the week of May 25. Much like how it was last year, this year’s edition of the Sony event is set to feature some of the biggest upcoming AAA titles, so fans are naturally excited at this latest revelation.

Aside from more specifics on the highly anticipated superhero sequel from Insomniac Games in Spider-Man 2, the PlayStation summer showcase will likely include more information on Wolverine, as well as the upcoming live service games developed by Bungie, Haven Software, and Firewalk Studios. Other details, such as the long-awaited Armored Core 6: Fires of Rubicon release date and Baldur’s Gate 3 release date may also make an appearance during the event.

Details regarding the showcase’s release window was disclosed through a Twitter post by GiantBomb video content producer Jeff Grubb. However, Grubb also noted in a later post that “it could happen earlier,” so the exact date of the Sony livestream is still unknown at the time of writing. But since this has often been the launch window of previous PlayStation summer events, it may only be a matter of time until it’s officially confirmed.

In addition to a speculative release date for the PlayStation summer showcase, Grubb also provided a comprehensive list of all the upcoming video game industry events that are set to take place in the next few months. This includes the Xbox Games Showcase and Starfield Direct, the THQ Nordic Digital Showcase, and more.

With all of these events set to go live in the next few months, it’s going to be a busy, but fruitful period for both video game industry fans and professionals. We suggest taking note of all the dates provided so you can tune in immediately as soon as the event airs. Otherwise, you might just end up missing a huge announcement.