Sony seems to have confirmed its PS4 release date by posting an image of the gadget on Twitter, making it appear the next gen gaming console will release in early November. Also, what makes November appear great for the release of the console is that it will give sufficient time for Sony to get the console in the hands of the consumer as well as to finish off the first lot before replenishing the stock well before the arrival of the holidays. Also of course, a release in early November will allow Sony to match up with the Xbox One that is also rumored to launch in November.
Sony’s revelation of the release date of its gaming console has come in the most interesting manner, with an analogy drawn with a unique celestial event set to happen during November. Sony has come up with an image of an eclipse with the words When Worlds Collide in their Twitter account. The teaser also doesn’t follow any particular game, which makes one believe that Sony is starting off a marketing strategy for PS4.
Meanwhile, 3rd of November is the date of total solar eclipse in Europe, Asia, North America and others. According to the image, it is expected that 3rd of November is the release date for PS4 or even could mark the starting off of a campaign which might lead to the release of PS4. November 3rd, a Sunday, cannot be ruled out for as the release date for PS4, although Sony previously has launched PS3 in North America on a Friday. A Sunday release might even put Amazon behind on delivery and might also give a lead to the GameStop that has sold out of the PS4 pre ordered stock. However a previous leak has mentioned 13th November as the PS4 release date. The news came from some other retailers and not Sony.
Sony previously has also released PS3 in North America before Europe, both these dates might hold some truth. As the PS3 release happened months later, a closer date of release does make sense. Sony has yet to confirm the launching date of PS4, but it appears we are in the midst of more confusion as more images flows in.