By Joe Sigadel / June 10th, 2016
We’ve dealt with a lot of rumors lately about new consoles, like the NX controller leak which turned out to be a hoax. Other rumors of upgraded versions of the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles kept persisting however, and now at last we can confirm that the PS4 Neo does exist, as Andrew House, CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment, told the Financial Times in a recent interview. House also said that it was meant to ‘complement’ rather than be a total replacement for existing PlayStation 4 consoles, and that there will not be PS4 Neo exclusive games. I’m sure that news will make a lot of current PS4 owners like myself relieved.
House also confirmed that both versions of the PS4 console will be compatible with PlayStation VR devices, which will be launching sometime in October. No pricing information is available yet for the PS4 Neo, but Sony doesn’t want to sell it at a loss, hoping that software sales will even things out.
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