We’ve been twiddling our thumbs, waiting for this day to arrive, and here it is… On February 20, 2013, Sony held a press conference in New York for…well, no one knew what, but there was much speculation–that turned out to be true. Sony PlayStation announced the next-generation video game console, the PlayStation 4. Finally! With the DualShock 4 controller and integration with the PS Vita, we know that the PS4 will allow for multidimensional game play. The DualShock 4 boasts a touch-pad between the regular joysticks of our beloved PlayStation controller, and it also features two Move sensors at the top for motion game-play. Hooray! Beyond that, the PS4 will have 8GB of RAM (like we predicted) and an 8-core AMD CPU. There will also be a graphics chip to allow for background processing, so that load times are super-quick. The release date? Holiday 2013. We know everyone will be jumping on the PS4 when it launches, so make sure to pre-order your console ASAP.
Playstation 4 will be a next generation Playstation, an eighth-generation video game console, but what features will it flaunt? So far, we believe it to be boasting a 32nm cell processor and up to 16 SPEs. Playstation 4 will have USB 3.0 ports along with an HDMI connect port. Playstation 4 can have very fast broadband connection. Playstation 4 will integrate with the Android operating system on the Xperia Plays and PlayStation Vita (the PSP2). The PlayStation 4 will be able to sport a 1.5 TB hard disk drive for all of the games you will want to download. The PlayStation 4 will have awesome features, maintaining full 3-D specs with 4k2k compatibility, as well as Blu-Ray. PS4 is rumored to run on 64-bit AMDcPU. The main advantage in the PS4 is that AMD used in the PS4 is “Southern Islands” GPU so that the launched PlayStation 4 will be more advanced than the current one on the market, with more features and capacity. Playstation 4 is designed to switch off after every 30 minutes of no activity, which prevents the device from being damaged and wasting energy. Sony has enabled the PS4 to synchronize with with Sony Bravia and….
We’ve been on the front line of the PlayStation 4 news since the PS3 was released, and we’ll be there until you finally get your hands on the next generation console. If you’re like us, you can’t wait to get your hands on the console and see what new technology Sony has tweaked for your video gaming addictions. We’ve already seen intense 3D, motion technology, and integration with the PS Vita for gaming on the PS3; now we want to see everything better, with the skill and expertise that only Sony can provide. As we learn more, we’ll let you know. Make sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter to keep up with all the hottest Sony PS4 news, rumors, and hopes. When we know, so will you! Just bookmark us and return for constant PS4 release date updates. Already, we assume that games like Uncharted 4 will be on the next generation PlayStation console, as well as high-tech 3D and motion gaming.