Sources: Sony Home coming to PS3 this July
An allegedly leaked Sony Online Entertainment Europe spreadsheet shows Home is arriving in July just in time for E3.
A bevy of Spanish PlayStation sites are reporting today that a leaked Sony Online Entertainment Europe spreadsheet shows the oft delayed Sony Home service will launch in July.
July also happens to be E3 month, which happens to be the conference where Sony promised that a huge announcement would be taking place.
Does that mean Home could finally be hitting PS3s in the very near future? Sony hasn’t confirmed yet, but you can bet that if Home is their mega E3 announcement they won’t be dulling their blade with an official comment just yet. Even so, if you want to see the document in question the Fragcast blog has a screenshot. Other revelations from the mystery document include: Wipeout launches in April and a Resistance 2 trailer drops next month.
On a related note, Kotaku reports today that Sony is actively hitting up Home beta testers with a survey about “aesthetics.” This includes their thoughts on what the Home central plaza hub should look like, architecturally speaking.
UPDATE@9 PST: In a statement issued to Eurogamer, Sony declined to confirm or deny authenticity of the list.
“Internal working documents naturally have proposed dates against titles, but these change frequently and dates are not confirmed until issued as part of a press release or formal announcement. The same applies to titles of games, which may be working titles or placeholders subject to later confirmation,” the statement said. “As a result, no weight should be given to titles or dates that appear in this document, other than to those which have already been formally confirmed.”