PlayStation confirms PS5 live stream for tomorrow to unveil next-gen specs

PlayStation fans will finally learn more about the PS5 console in a live stream event scheduled to take place tomorrow, March 18th.

Sony's lead PlayStation architect Mark Cerny will unveil more about the PS5 specs, including most importantly the consoles new system architecture.

The event was confirmed via the PlayStation Twitter accounts, who teased fans that the event will finally reveal how the PS5 will "shape the future of games".


The PS5 live stream is scheduled to begin at 4pm GMT which is 5pm CET and 9am PST in the United States.

The PlayStation blog will be playing the livestream which will also likely be viewable on YouTube channels.

These times have also been confirmed by the PlayStation social accounts. The PlayStation Europe Twitter account has posted the following details:

"Tomorrow at 4pm GMT / 5pm CET, PS5 lead system architect Mark Cerny provides a deep dive into PS5’s system architecture and how it will shape the future of games.

"Watch tomorrow on PlayStation Blog".

What will PlayStation reveal during their PS5 live stream?

In a tweet that has since been deleted, the Japanese PlayStation account has confirmed that the company had previously planned to host a panel at GDC all about its next-gen console.

“This video contains a session scheduled for GDC scheduled to be held in the United States,” the organisation explained in a tweet.

It's still not conclusive what information will be shared precisely, but given that a section of this was intended for GDC, you can likely expect things to get a bit technical.

More to follow, this is a breaking story.

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