PS4 Live Stream begins at 6pm EST
Later today Sony will reveal the next-generation of PlayStation. The good news is, we’ll finally hear from the horse’s mouth what the company has planned for gamers in the years ahead. The other good news is that we’ll likely get a breather from all of the PlayStation 4 rumors that have been circulating lately.
While it’s hard to tell exactly how much Sony is going to divulge at their PlayStation Meeting scheduled for later today in New York, we’ll hear something at the very least. The event is scheduled to kick-off at 6pm EST, and you can watch the live stream of the event in the video player above, via UStream, or on the PlayStation website.
There have been many reports that suggest today is the day for the big reveal, Sony’s not going to have a bigger moment this year where the spotlight is shining directly on them. With hype built to a fever pitch, anything less than a proper PS4 reveal will be a bit of a letdown.
As you may remember, Sony’s last console reveal did not go so smoothly. Giant Crabs and exorbitant price tags overshadowed a lot of the great features of the new system. I’m willing to bet that Sony will not pull a repeat with whatever they’ve got planned for later today.
While it’s not a 100% certainty that Sony will reveal their next-gen hardware at this event, it has certainly being predicted by many. We’ve seen sightings of the PlayStation 4 controller, news from developers who are excited to show off their next-gen games, and of course there are the industry analysts who have already marked today as the day of the big reveal.
Will Sony continue to push first party excellence with their next console? Will they start charging for the PlayStation Network? We should get a clearer picture of what the next generation will be after Sony’s event. Since we’ve all got our own hopes for what Sony delivers with their next-gen hardware, let us know what yours are in the comments section below. And of course, if you come back to watch the event live, let us know your thoughts on Sony’s reveal, whatever that ends up being.