It’s not just games you’ll be able to play on your PS5 at launch, with a raft of streaming services available on day one, including Apple’s rather more curated Apple TV+ service.
It’s just under 3 weeks before folks lucky enough to snap up a PS5 pre-order (if it hasn’t been delayed) will be able to unwrap and install their shiny new gaming consoles, but they won’t just be capable of playing games.
You can’t play games all the time, though, and I’m not saying that because I’m your dad. No, really, I checked and I’m not (unless my actual kids are reading this, in which case, that dishwasher isn’t going to unpack itself.)
While the industry’s efforts to make home gaming consoles the centre of family entertainment have had their bumps and weird spots – is anyone still using an Xbox One Digital TV Tuner? – the reality of 2020 is that it would be pretty strange if the PS5…