Sony has a trade event called Destination PlayStation where it showcases commercial partners what it’s cooking for the next few months.
The event has been called some sort of E3 2019 replacement this year, where the platform owner will be in touch with retailers and select media in order to show some of its biggest properties launching soon.
Interestingly, during the first day, a stage event was hold and Death Stranding, The Last of Us Part II, Days Gone and Ghost of Tsushima were the protagonists.
The games being showcased at likely set to be the next big things at Sony, which means we could see them in stores at around Q1 2020.
At any rate, it’s safe to state that the titles in question don’t have launch windows, outside of Days Gone which is releasing on April 26.
So, whether Sony is putting on display new stuff for the partners or not, there’s a chance that those could be dropping in a matter of one year and not so far away from now.
You can find a pic taken from the Destination PlayStation main event and posted over at ResetEra right below.