After months of waiting and one delay due to #BlackLivesMatter protests, Sony's PlayStation 5 presentation will finally happen tomorrow.
There are many speculations on what we will see tomorrow, including if we will even see the console itself (PS5 design) or it will be primarily a PS5 games showcase, which is more likely to be the case.
Rumours claim that a new Silent Hill game will be PlayStation 5 exclusive(Picture: Konami)
Other possibilities are Horizon Zero Dawn 2, Demon Souls Remake, a new Gran Turismo game, and new games from Santa Monica (God of War) and Insomniac Games (Spider-Man).
This all sounds really exciting and we can't wait to watch the presentation tomorrow, but when it comes to console launches, a lot of people are first and foremost interested in one very important thing - how much will it cost?
DualSense controller has been revealed earlier this year(Picture: Sony)
How much will Sony's PlayStation 5 (PS5) cost?
And while the PlayStation 5 design might be revealed tomorrow, it's unlikely we'll see a price (unless a big surprise is in store).
Coincidentally, or maybe not so coincidentally, but it looks like the price of the console has been leaked on Amazon UK, where a PlayStation 5 2TB placeholder listing says it's £599.99.
Not just that, it looks like someone was even able to preorder it, at least that's what user Ashmac claims on Houkdeals forum from where this leak originated.
There's also a listing of publishers for PlayStation 5, and it includes Konami, Bethesda, Rockstar, Koch/DeepSilver, Namco Bandai, EA, Microsoft, Sony, Take Two/2K, Warner, SEGA, Activision, and Ubisoft.
We should definitely take this with a grain of salt because it's unclear whether Amazon would actually know the price, or if it could be testing and preparing for tomorrow's big event.
Do you think £600 is expensive? Or do you think that PlayStation 5 will be worth that price? Let us know!