Now that the Sony PS5 has been more or less revealed in full, the next thing gamers are probably wondering is how much it will cost and when it will be available for purchase. The good news is that these details should be revealed in the next couple of weeks, at least that’s according to a recent tweet by Roberto Serrano’.
According to Serrano’s tweet, he claims that Sony is expected to reveal the PS5’s price and pre-orders on the 13th of July. While we shouldn’t be taking everything we read on the internet to be the truth, it should be noted that Serrano’ has in the past tweeted out several leaks that have proven to be accurate, such as confirming Sony’s PS5 event back in June before the company announced it themselves.
YOSHIKI (X JAPAN) will hold a live broadcast on May 2 from 7:00 pm JST on Nico Nico Namahousou.
May 2 is the death anniversary of fellow X JAPAN member hide who died back in 1998. YOSHIKI will be broadcasting himself live from his home in Los Angeles. As he will be handling things on his own, he warned, "There's a possibility that the live stream will not be successful."
Utada Hikaru will host a live broadcast titled 'Ask Utada Paisen -Home-quarantine Edition' every Sunday night in May.
Utada is set to digitally release her songs "Time" on May 8 and "Dare ni mo Iwanai" on May 29. The upcoming live broadcast will be held on Instagram where Utada will answer questions asked by her fans. It will be held every Sundays in May starting between 7:30 and 8:00 pm. Fans will be able to submit their questions via Instagram 24 hours before the broadcast. Be sure to follow her here (@kuma_power).
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu will upload her past live footage on YouTube until May 17.
This is a part of ASOBISYSTEM's project '#OuchiASOBI" to deliver entertainment that people can enjoy at home. From 'Doki Doki Waku Waku Pamyu Pamyu Revolution 2012 in Kira Kira Budokan' to 'JAPAMYU HALL TOUR 2018 Hoshikuzu no Cherry Martini,' fans will be able to enjoy 100 songs worth of live footage.
[Alexandros] will hold a live house tour called 'Where's My Tomato? Tour' from June.
This announcement was made on March 18 during a live broadcast. The upcoming tour is scheduled to kick off on June 24 at KT Zepp Yokohama and will wrap up on August 15 Zepp Haneda for a total of 14 shows at 7 venues. The full schedule can be seen below the cut.
NIGHTMARE will hold a live tour called 'NIGHTMARE TOUR 2020' from May to July.
After a three year hiatus, NIGHTMARE resumed their activities on February 11 with a concert at Yokohama Arena. For their upcoming tour, they are scheduled to hold a total of 13 shows. Ticket pre-reservations will be available via the band's official fan club, mobile site, and official website until February 25.