Sony recently announced that they will not be attending E3 2019, and that comes after the decision not to host a PlayStation Experience this year either. Both of these decisions makes for a long waiting period for new glimpses at existing PlayStation exclusive such as Ghost of Tsushima and Death Stranding - or does it?
Apparently, an email sent from Sony Brazil (through Brazilian site Comboinfinito) not only reveals that both games will be shown at this year's Game Awards on December 7th, but that both games apparently will get release dates too.
It is, however, unclear whether we're talking firm dates or simply release windows here. In addition, a Dreams release date is also set to be revealed according to this email.
Do take this with a grain of salt, but it would then seem that Sony will use The Game Awards as an announcement platform, while it continues to work on the PlayStation 5.
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