What’s next for Sony’s PlayStation 4?
A new Sony console will debut on September 12, the company announced today, following its PS4 Pro refresh, which includes a quad-core CPU, 4K video streaming and new 4K HDR.
We already know that Sony is going to be bringing out a new PS4 console with a 5K display, but we don’t know how many units will be released and if there will be an upgraded version.
This new Sony system will be a lot bigger than any of the PS4s announced so far, and will probably cost more than its predecessors, according to a new report from Kotaku.
This could be a reason why Sony is so excited about launching a new console this fall, but it’s also not surprising to see Sony pushing the PS5 and PS6 out at the same time.
The company recently confirmed that it will launch an updated PS5 Pro at E3 this year, and this new console will probably look a lot like the current model.
It will feature a quad core processor, 4k video streaming, and HDR support, but the biggest change to the PS6 console will be the inclusion of a “massive GPU upgrade” that could potentially make the PSX the most powerful console ever built.
There are also rumors that the PS10 is coming soon.
In the meantime, we should know more about the new PSX console at E 3 next month, when Sony will also unveil its PlayStation Experience 2017 line of games and the PS7 and PS8 console.