There are already a lot of rumors about the PlayStation 5, including a potential release date. Here, we listed down everything we know so far about Sony’s upcoming next-generation console.

Next-Generation GPU, 8-Core CPU

In April, SemiAccurate reported that the PS5 would be using AMD’s next-generation Navi GPU as the console’s base architecture. At the time, it was believed that AMD’s GPU would be released by the end of 2018. AMD hasn’t announced anything yet and some believe that its next-generation GPU might actually launch in 2020.

It’s also believed that the PS5 will be powered by an 8-Core AMD Ryzen CPU of some kind. Unfortunately, no other details were given about how all of these will perform on the upcoming console. SemiAccurate’s report did indicate that the PS5 will have some “VR goodies” baked right inside the console.

In October, it was reported that the PS5 won’t have a major departure from the PlayStation 4. What that exactly means remains a mystery, but The Financial Times said that the “fundamental architecture would be similar.”

A 2019 Announcement Could Happen

Last week, a fan on Twitter expressed his disappointment that Sony Interactive Entertainment president and CEO Shawn Layden didn’t make any major announcements during The Game Awards 2018. Layden then replied to the fan by saying, “See you in the new year.”

Layden’s Tweet has already caught a lot of people’s attention and some are speculating that he may be teasing an announcement for the PS5. A Reddit user named RuthenicCookie (via PlayStation Lifestyle) did say that the PS5 might be revealed in mid-2019. The leaker also said that Sony’s PlayStation Experience will return next year. Sony decided not hold its PSX event this year.

Sony has already confirmed that it won’t be attending E3 2019 in June. It’s being speculated that the company might actually be preparing its own event next year where the PS5 will be exclusively announced.

2020 Release Date?

Last year, Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter said that he expects the PlayStation 5 to be released in 2019 or 2020. Pachter also claimed that the PS5 would be able to support native 4K gaming at 240 frames-per-second.

Earlier this April, Kotaku interviewed dozens of game developers on the possible release date of the PS5. The site’s sources said that it was very unlikely for the PS5 to be released in 2019 and that a 2020 release seems more realistic. A 2020 release date will also provide the PS4 Pro a longer life cycle.

Redditor RuthenicCookie also claimed that Sony is aiming for a March 2020 release date for the PS5. However, Sony could still push that back to November 2020.

PlayStation VR 2 Might Also Be On The Way

RuthenicCookie said that the PSVR 2 will have its processing box built right inside the console. The VR headset is also said to have a built-in camera that will be used for position tracking. The PSVR 2 is rumored to arrive with a new pair of PlayStation Move controllers.

Interestingly, the leaker also said that Sony is developing a new type of gloves that can be used in virtual reality. No additional details were given about these so called “VR gloves,” but it does sound very interesting.

Announcing the PSVR 2 alongside the PS5 seems to make a lot of sense, especially if the next-generation console does feature dedicated hardware for virtual reality.

What About Games? Price?

RuthenicCookie said that the PS5 will have some of the same games that will be available on the PS4 in the near future. The leaker said that some of these games include “Death Stranding,” The Last of Us Part II” and “Ghost of Tsushima.” Lastly, the Redditor claimed that the PS5 will likely retail for $500.