Sony (Finally) Confirms PS4 Neo
After months of speculation and leaks, Sony has confirmed the existence of the PlayStation 4 Neo, or 4K, or whatever the name of the week is.
In an interview with The Financial Times, Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Andrew House confirmed that there is indeed a "high-end" PS4 in the works. He also mentioned that it will be priced above the current $350 PS4 on the market and is designed to "sit alongside and compliment" the original model. The new PS4 will not replace the other one as they are intended to both be available on the market.
The new PlayStation 4 is designed with hard-core gamers in mind. The release of this model is meant to be an upgrade for those that want the extra power and the 4K support. Still, both boxes will play the same games and be Playstation VR compatible.
Sony plans to sell the console at a profit, unlike usual when they make their money solely off of software sales, and PSN services.
Also, Sony has confirmed that the new hardware will not make an appearance at E3 next week. Here is the explanation as to why:
"We want to ensure we have a full range of the best experiences on the new system that we can showcase in their entirety."
Stay tuned for future announcements regarding the upcoming high-end PlayStation 4.