Despite the fact that Sony’s next-generation console, the PS5, hasn’t even been fully unveiled yet, that hasn’t stopped the company from looking to the future. Indeed, to that end Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) has placed trademarks in Japan for PS6, PS7, PS8, PS9, and PS10.
PS6 Already? Hold Your Horses
Of course, trademark placement is no guarantee that these consoles will actually come to fruition, but clearly Sony is making sure that it has these trademarks snapped up in good time just in case.
For what it’s worth, Sony actually trademarked the PS5 (and PS4) all the way back in 2006.
Meanwhile the PS5 is set to release sometime during Holiday 2020. Stay tuned for more!
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Source: SIE via Gematsu