Friday, September 12, 2014

Rumor Water: PS4 To Be Unveiled Next Year

Sony’s looking to stun the masses and unveil its next generation console some time next year, according to a new report.

The rumor comes to us via Industry Gamers, citing “industry sources at a top developer”, claiming the console will become a reality in the next 18 months.

Industry Gamers didn’t give more details, however if this is true, Nintendo wouldn’t be quite pleased as it recently announced its next-gen system Wii U for a 2012 release.

Recently we heard Microsoft was preparing to unveil its new machine next year, with Crytek working on making Timesplitters 4 for the console, taking visuals to heights unseen.

Sony’s boasted its ten-year cycle for years now, and Microsoft said at E3 that the Xbox 360′s only halfway through its life, so we’d be quite surprise if any announcements were made.

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  • linglingjr

    well the 360 needs blu ray so games arnt 3 discs. but no i really dont want a new console i need to buy, im not looking forward to droping 5oo+ bucks in the next couple years on video games…

  • Ernice Gilbert

    Yeah, agreed. At least 2013….better yet would be 2014.

  • ExclusivesMostly

    Yeah nothing before 2014.

  • nick

    yea, and scooby doo is making my dinner tonight!

  • Ernice Gilbert

    Too early.

  • nick

    never too early for new hardware!
    for developers of course, and me, im only saying that because im sick of PC gamers getting the short end of the stick!
    the industry is not ready for them yet though, only epic and a few other developers have even showed off tech demos of what next gen could bring.
    as ive said a million times too were in a hardware conundrum at the moment, allot of new techs lurking around and its impossible to tell which will progress.
    its like HD DVD vs bluray, except its not 1 v 1, its like 5 competing against eachother.
    releasing a new system now would risk betting on the wrong horse.