Sony has confirmed that the PS5 game lineup will be revealed soon, as they have described it to be rather “compelling.”

Speaking during Tuesday’s earnings call (transcribed by VGC), Sony’s president and CEO Kenichiro Yoshida teased that they will soon be revealing the PS5 game lineup.

“Games for the PS5 that deliver this new game experience are being made by both first and third-party developers and we plan to introduce a compelling line-up of titles soon.”

No timeframe was given, although current rumors point to a possible June reveal. So far, Sony has been rather quiet on details behind their next-0generation console, with their competitor, Microsoft, having reveals on a monthly basis. This was explained during last week’s call where the company suggested we wait for PS5 sales before judging their marketing strategy.
Of course, this goes without saying that the PlayStation 4 is still very much alive. As it currently stands, the PS4 is still set to receive a few major first-party and third-party exclusives.  Next month we will see the release of The Last of Us: Part II, followed by the Ghost of Tsushima in July. In addition to those two AAA titles, PlayStation VR is also getting a new title, that being Iron Man VR. This is all happening within the next two months, so it makes sense why Sony may not be so focused on the PlayStation 5 as they will have heavy marketing towards their current offerings.
The PS5 is set to releasing this holiday season along with the Xbox Series X. We’ll be sure to keep you all updated as more news on both consoles is revealed. Expect to hear more on both the Xbox Series X and PS5 game lineup later this Summer as more publishers begin to reveal their titles.