PlayStation 4: News & Announcements
Sony has thrown down the gauntlet in the next phase of the perpetual battle between gaming console manufacturers, and the PlayStation 4 has officially been unveiled. The news came as something of a surprise too. It was no secret that Sony was working on a PS4, and has been for years, but to announce it this early was a bold move. Perhaps the manufacturer learned its lesson with the PS3 launch. After giving Nintendo and Microsoft a huge head start, it took nearly five years to catch up. The announcement of the PS4 puts the pressure on Microsoft, and could steal what momentum the Wii U has going into the eighth generation of consoles.
But even with the unveiling, this is just the beginning. The reveal brings with it plenty of questions that will be answered slowly over the following months until the new system is released. For now, here’s what we know.
Guerilla Games’ PlayStation 4 first-person shooter re-imagines the Killzone franchise, but leans heavily on familiar FPS tropes to do so.
- Pros: Beautiful Worlds, Intriguing setting, Multiplayer custom...
- Cons: Beyond the graphics, nothing you haven’t seen before, Th...
Sony has released a new video showing a PlayStation 4 being unboxed, highlighting what will be packaged with each system when they hit shelves on November 15. It is a little intense.
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While Sony has consistently positioned games at the forefront of the PS4 marketing strategy, Sony released a list of supported entertainment applications that includes apps like Netflix and Hulu Plus.
This week in Jetsetter, we look at how the international gaming market in countries like India, Russia, and China are keeping devoted gaming consoles alive, while Sony poses as the last man standing making truly bizarre regional gaming machines.
Sony’s CFO Masaru Kato stated that the pre-orders for the PlayStation 4 are “much, much, much higher” than past platforms, and Sony is expecting to move around 5 million consoles by March 2014.
'Call of Duty: Ghosts' may be arriving on current-gen consoles on Nov. 5, but that doesn't mean it's too late to pre-order the Infinity Ward's upcoming FPS. Check out our roundup of some of the better pre-order bundles so you can land the best deal in town.