PS4 news reports are buzzing with release date, price and specs speculations about Sony’s new console. Recent reports suggest that the Japanese Conglomerate might be planning for an unveiling before the E3 at a private event. Sony has announced the existence of the next-generation console in February, but held back it’s unveiling.
The release date of PS4 has been the subject of discussion among many gaming forums and blogs, but there is still no confirmation about the reveal, however, sources suggest that Sony might be planning a May disclosure of its new console. Microsoft is rumoured to unveil the Xbox 720 at E3, but some reports suggest a private event unveiling.
PS4 specs have again become an active part of the discussion as GameStop president, Tony Bartel, stated that PS4 will support used games. There has been a lot of talk about Sony’s stand on the support for used games on its next-gen console, but the firm is yet to give an official statement.
The release date rumours of PS4 continue to grow as the firm provides little details about the device. Talking about the design of the console, Sony Worldwide Studios vice president, Michael Denny said, “I’m not sure it’s instructive for me to start trying to describe or talk about what I’ve seen or haven’t seen in terms of the actual look of the box. But yeah, you know it’s going to be another fantastic design and we can’t wait to reveal it.”
Another Sony executive stated that PS4 is not the successor of PS3, but an addition to the PlayStation family. Reports about the availability of the console in one of the regions for the Western holiday season have also been rampant among the gaming community.