Tuesday gave us another piece to the PlayStation 5 puzzle, but the picture is still nowhere near complete.

The website for Sony’s next-gen console has gone live. You’ll be hard pressed to derive any substantial information from it, however. At least for right now.

“We’ve begun to share some of the incredible features you can expect from PlayStation 5, but we’re not quite ready to fully unveil the next generation of PlayStation,” the site reads. “Sign up below to be among the first to receive updates as we announce them, including news on the PS5 release date, PS5 price and the upcoming roster of PS5 launch games.”

The PS5 logo —  a minor iteration on the PS4’s and the PS3’s — was revealed at CES last month, where Sony Interactive Entertainment’s President and CEO Jim Ryan recapped some of the console’s major, albeit already known features.

The console is set for a Holiday 2020 launch.

To put things into perspective, the PlayStation 4 was officially announced in Feb. 2013, had another major showing at Sony’s E3 press conference in June a few months later, and released in the fall of that same year.

Although the PS5 can still follow a similar schedule, the timeline to make that work is getting tight. Perhaps since it elected to skip E3 again this year, Sony is opting to release information entirely on its own terms.

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Nick is a junior staff writer at GAW who loves hockey and a good RPG. The first game he played was Ice Hockey on a hand-me-down NES, and having grown up with the PS1, he knows the first three Crash Bandicoot games like the back of his hand and can recite every track from PaRappa the Rapper on the spot if you ask him to. Along with writing for GAW, Nick also works on the sports desk at the Philadelphia Inquirer. If he isn't on skates in his free time, he's probably trying to cycle through several 60-plus hour games at once.