Sony: PS4 Must Display A "Significant Leap" In Technology
Everyone is wondering when the PlayStation 4 will arrive, but Sony has - unsurprisingly - remained quiet on the subject.
The latest update leads us to believe the PS4 could still be a long ways off, depending on how you interpret the wording. During a recent MCV interview with SCE CEO boss Andrew House, we learn that Sony won't talk about anything until they've got a console that shows off a marked improvement in comparison to the current generation.
"The right time to talk about new advances in hardware is when you can demonstrate a significant leap on the current experience, and something that is going to be attractive. That remains our philosophy. Beyond that we have nothing to say at this point."
Some have theorized that Sony might release a more casual machine the next time around, so as not to dig a deeper financial hole with costly, cutting-edge hardware. But it appears the company still wants to produce a powerful console, and they're not going to reveal anything until they've got one. Still, we hope they at least give us some pics of the new machine...this stupid fake PS4 mock-up is getting old.
6/19/2012 9:15:31 PM Ben Dutka