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BREAKING: Sony Announces Release Date for the Next-Gen PS5

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BREAKING: Sony Announces Release Date for the Next-Gen PS5

The moment the world was waiting for is here. Sony has finally announced the launch date for their next-gen PlayStation 5 console. The PS5 will hit the shelves on November 12th in US, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea. Additionally, it will be available globally on November 19th. The console will launch not too long after the Xbox Series X and S, which will launch on November 10.

The announcement comes at a good time seeing as the pre-orders for Xbox Series X and S are set to go live next week, on September 22. PlayStation is not that far behind, as usual, and is definitely going to give its arch-rival a hard time.

Sony had previously predicted that the demand for PS5 would go up. However, Bloomberg recently suggested that Sony had cut its production by 4 million units. Thankfully, it turned out to be a false alarm. Sony responded to the report by announcing that no such thing had happened. It seems they are keen on meeting their demand for the consoles worldwide and have reportedly increased their production.

Sony’s PS5 distribution plans for the US

Additionally, an industry insider also revealed Sony’s distribution plans for the US. Apparently, the company has booked 60 flights with Delta to transport the consoles, only to the United States. The US has always been the most profitable market for PlayStation and it could mean that they would get the console before anyone else. Details regarding the same can be found here.

The PlayStation 5 Showcase also made some other interesting announcements regarding the games coming to the PS5. The biggest of them all was the God of War Ragnarok announcement. A lot of other announcements were also made which definitely made a fans extremely happy.

This announcement possibly shifts the tide of the ‘console war’ in Sony’s favor. History will likely repeat itself and Sony will most probably be the winner this generation as well. Not only do they have great exclusives, as usual, but their pricing is also absolutely on point. This will make a lot of folks over at Microsoft rethink their strategy and will possibly force them to change their approach.

Akshay Patel

I love to play games of all kinds. You can usually find me casually teaming up with my squad to play the most random games ever. Oh, and I also manage to write about those sometimes

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NFL threatens harsher punishment if coaches don’t wear masks

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NFL threatens harsher punishment if coaches don’t wear masks

The NFL is putting its foot down on coaches who won’t wear masks on the sideline during games.

In a league memo obtained Wednesday by ESPN, teams were issued a strong warning that failure to comply with the mask mandate could result in suspensions and the forfeiture of draft picks as punishment. It was the second time this month the NFL had to warn coaches to comply with coronavirus-related protocols.

The strongly worded memo, which was sent to all coaches, general managers and team executives, explicitly states that the NFL will “address lack of compliance with accountability measures that may include… suspensions and/or forfeiture of draft picks.”

Las Vegas’ Jon Gruden, New Orleans’ Sean Payton, Denver’s Vic Fangio, Seattle’s Pete Carroll and San Francisco’s Kyle Shanahan have all already been fined $100,000 each — and their teams were fined $250,000 — for not wearing masks on the sideline during games. Ravens coach John Harbaugh put himself at risk of a fine with an unmasked tirade at a referee during Monday’s game against the Chiefs.

Meanwhile, the NFL was investigating the Raiders for unauthorized locker room access on Sunday, and the team is also under fire after several players were shown at a event without masks.

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Week 4 Fantasy Football Flex Rankings for Superflex, 2-QB leagues

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Week 4 Fantasy Football Flex Rankings for Superflex, 2-QB leagues

Playing two quarterbacks is always the best strategy in superflex leagues — unless your team is stacked with great RBs, WRs and TEs. We break them all down in our Week 4 superflex rankings.

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What Trevor Lawrence thinks of ‘Tank for Trevor’ NFL Draft slogan

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What Trevor Lawrence thinks of ‘Tank for Trevor’ NFL Draft slogan

Trevor Lawrence is trying not to hear it.

The stud Clemson quarterback said that, yes, he has seen the “Tank for Trevor” slogan infiltrating the NFL’s worst teams.

“I try to ignore it as much as possible,” Lawrence told the Greenville News. “Obviously, if you’re on social media at all, you can’t help but see some of it. It’s just funny.”

Lawrence is widely expected to be the No. 1 pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. The junior, who led Clemson to a national title as a freshman, has already said this will be his last season with the Tigers.

The Falcons, Vikings and Jets are among the 0-3 teams who could be looking to make Lawrence the future of their franchise.

“It’s a new team every week, so I don’t think there’s any real insight into what’s going to happen,” Lawrence said. “It’s a long season – there have only been three games in the NFL and we’re on our third game. I mean it’s kind of interesting to see all the stuff that comes to me.

“It’s funny. I don’t take it too seriously. You can’t really predict where you’re going to go, what’s going to happen, so all I can do is enjoy my time while I’m here, perform the best I can and enjoy where I’m at right now. We’ll see next year what happens.”

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