On Wednesday afternoon at the PlayStation Meeting in NYC, Sony finally took the wraps off of the PlayStation 4 Pro, which it originally announced back in June. The console, as expected, is a significant upgrade over the PS4 (and PS4 Slim), featuring upgraded specifications and support for 4K gaming and video.
Although it had already been repeatedly spoiled by leaks from around the internet, Sony officially announced a new, slim PS4 at the PlayStation Meeting on September 7th. As expected, the sleeker PS4 model isn’t so much an upgrade as a hardware redesign, but there are a few interesting tweaks and additions worth noting.
After weeks of anticipation, Sony will finally take the stage in New York City on Wednesday afternoon for its PlayStation Meeting. Sony has yet to reveal what the event will focus on, but countless leaks over the past several weeks seem to have spoiled the biggest surprise. Still, there’s no telling what else Sony has in store.
Sony isn’t generating the same buzz in the phone business like Apple or Samsung, or OnePlus for that matter, but the company has consistently improved its devices over the years. At IFA 2016, Sony came out with a couple of new smartphones, including its first Xperia XZ flagship and a Xperia X Compact model. Aside from top specs, the phones also propose an innovative camera experience, featuring some tricks that some of its competitors might lack. The new Xperia phones may very well be some of the best iPhone 7 competitors when it comes to camera experience More →
A week from today, Sony will take the stage at the PlayStation Theater in New York City to announce the new PS4 Slim. Unfortunately, the surprise has already been ruined by countless leaks over the past few weeks, culminating in a full review and unboxing video from Let’s Play Video Games on Tuesday.
Just one week after Sony accidentally revealed it was bringing PlayStation Now to PC, the streaming service has gone live in the United States. That means that you can play over 400 PlayStation 3 games on your computer right this very instant by heading to PSNow.com and clicking the button to download the app.
Sony might not have any surprises left for its upcoming PlayStation Meeting by the time September 7th rolls around. Over the weekend, someone got their hands on the unannounced PS4 Slim. Hours later, video footage of a new DualShock 4 controller began making the rounds. And now it appears that Sony itself has accidentally spoiled another announcement on the PlayStation Blog.
We still have plenty of time to go until Sony officially unveils its next-gen console, and a refresh of the standard model, but one of two upcoming PlayStation models has already leaked. We’ve seen plenty of images and videos of the PS4 Slim model, including a clip that shows the new console booting. It’s likely the leaked device is the real thing, and a brand new video shows us the PS4 Slim’s new controller.
Over the weekend, we saw the first leaked images of the upcoming “PS4 Slim” — a slimmer PlayStation 4 console that is expected to be unveiled alongside the PS4 Neo at Sony’s PlayStation Meeting in New York next month.
The leak was about as convincing as they come, but in case you were still skeptical about the console’s legitimacy, a new video all but proves it.
Sony has scheduled a media event for September 7th where the company is expected to unveil an upgraded version of the PlayStation 4 – sadly for Sony, the tech world will focus on a different company that day. A fresh report says that the Japanese tech giant has actually two new gaming consoles in the works, and a leak shows us the first images with one of them. More →
Reports of Sony holding an event this September have been substantiated, as BGR received an invite on Tuesday to a “PlayStation Meeting” on September 7th. Unfortunately, no further details about the content of the event were provided by Sony, but we will be sure to bring you all the news as it happens next month.
Sony will unveil its highly-anticipated “high-end” PlayStation 4 early next month, according to two separate publications. On Monday morning, French gaming site Gameblog reported that Sony is going to hold an event on September 7th in New York to reveal the upgraded PS4 console it announced in June.
One of the biggest surprises of E3 2016 was the lack of new hardware on display. Although Microsoft used its press conference to unveil both the Xbox One S and Project Scorpio, Nintendo and Sony decided to save their hardware announcements for a later date. There’s no telling how long we’ll have to wait to see the NX, but it sounds like we might only be a few months out from a PS4 Slim.