Sony confirms the PlayStation 4K gaming console

Sony confirms the PlayStation 4K gaming console

After months of rumors Sony has finally confirmed the existence of a PlayStation gaming console that supports the now famous 4K resolution. The device does not have an official name so we will go with PlayStation 4K or PlayStation Neo.

The confirmation has come from Andrew House, who is the president and group CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment, in an interview for Financial Times. In addition to the confirmation this high-ranked Sony executive also said Sony will not reveal the new gaming console at the upcoming E3 keynote event which will take place next week. The new gaming console will sell for “more than USD 350” in the United States and in addition to this it will exist next to the current PlayStation 4 console.

The updated PS4 console should arrive in the foreseeable future and maybe by the end of year 2016. It will then likely have to contend with a rumored upgraded version of the Xbox One, codenamed Scorpio. The new Microsoft gaming console is also rumored to be even more powerful than the PlayStation 4K.

Source: VR-Zone.com

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