The latest PlayStation 5 release for PS4 players
Sony PlayStation 4 continues to be the console to beat in 201
PS4 and PS4 Pro brands still sell well with players this year, confirming recently that combined sales of both have now taken over PS3 and Xbox 360.  And one of the keys to its lifetime is the various exclusive titles that currently in the works.
And it sounds like Sony is ready to continue this strategy for the PS5 release date.
Currently, there are only rumors and hints on what's coming next for PlayStation 5.
In the third-party department, Red Dead Redemption 2 is reported to be transmitted by 2020 to Sony and Microsoft's next-generation machines.
There have also been rumors of a new Gran Turismo
And there has also been some news about another massive PS4 game exclusive.
A new detailed listing suggests that The Last of Us Part 2 may be launched in early 2019.
While a pinch of salt would be taken, a dealer has listed the game for launch in March next year.
And if the reports of a PS5 launch in early 2020 are true, that would mean The Last of Us 2 could follow in the footsteps of the original and make a next-gen jump.
Sony itself has confirmed that they are ready to continue their strategy of offering single-player adventures, such as God of War and Spider-Man, into the future.
Speaking about the upbringing of online-only titles like Fortnite, PlayStation's Warwick Light made some interesting comments on the subject.
Considering MCV UK, Light revealed that 2018 has been a massive year for Fortnite, while Sony saw their very different publishing strategy as well.
"While 2018 was undoubtedly a great year for Fortnite, it was also a year that saw us really acting as a publisher and focusing on our exclusive titles whether it was God of War, Spider-Man, Detroit or VR titles like Astro Bot, says Light.
He followed this up by saying that the PlayStation consumers had made it clear that they were still very interested in single player games and not just wanted the latest "industry-as-a-service service and long-term commitment. "
" Buzzwords is one thing, what our players require is another, "tells Light to MCV UK.
" There is still a large audience for games offering the best in single-player narrative with amazing gameplay that witness to the immense popularity of both Spider-Man and God of War in this year's charts. I was just at Golden Joysticks – God of War won five …
"What Fortnite has reminded everyone is that games have the ability to influence popular culture in the same way as music, film or television, and that the next big thing like may come from games. "
There have also been some other surprising tips that dropped by Sony this month that can prove myself
One comes from a conversation on Twitter and is in connection with the lack of PlayStation announcements during The Game Awards.
Sony PlayStation's Shawn Layden was posted in a comment about the lack of PS4 news and hopes that something will be the basis for an announcement soon.
Layden responded to this by simply adding: "See you in the New Year."
Recently, Sony launched a new theme "Happy Holidays" for PS4 fans, and some believe that S on PlayStation looks very much like a 5.
The company would just start dropping hints like this if they were preparing something in the the coming months, but the idea that Sony does this again pure speculation at this time.
Although these recent events may not be directly related to the disclosure of PS5, it will fit nicely into the rumors that are currently doing the rounds.
Sony will host at least two e valves in 2019, one before E3 2019.
PS4 players get big news in 2019?
It follows news that the PS4 game console must give up its annual best-selling crown to a newer unit.
2019 may be the year Nintendo Switch edges past PlayStation 4 will be the best-selling console that year.
Analysts believe the PS4 console mark will continue to sell well in 2018, but Global Game Console Market Forecast predicts that the Nintendo Switch will sell 17.3 million consoles by 2019, while Sony will fall right behind with 17.1 million PS4 and PS4 Pro consoles.
Although PS4 is no longer in the top spot, 17 million PS4 sales will bring it closer to becoming one of the best-selling consoles of all time.
Chirag Upadhyay, senior analyst at Strategy Analytics, added: "The console upgrade cycles continue and the three-way battle between Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo, which has been furious now for most of two decades, shows no sign of slowing down as each platform o wner Discussing their plans for updates and new generations.
"In partnership with developers and driven by the ever-increasing expectations of consumers, we fully expect these platform owners to continue pushing the boundaries of the big screen experience for many years to come. "
So, it seems that 2019 might be a massive year for all hardware manufacturers, with a release date for the PS5 release that seems more likely.