If you are looking for more PS4 Neo news after Sony decided not to reveal the new console at E3 despite the unveiling of Project Scorpio and Xbox One S by Microsoft, you’ll be pleased that Sony has given an update on the situation.
The Sony are now officially acknowledging that ‘Neo’ is definitely happening as the official name, but Shuhei Yoshida has said that when it does arrive, it won’t be replacing the PS4 and that it will still be part of the main PS4 life-cycle – also specifically calling it the ‘high-end PS4’.
Yoshida mentioned about the Neo in an interview with GameWelt.tv, but in a separate interview with MCVUK Sony’s Europe boss Jim Ryan has said that the company will be focusing on the games until the hardware is ready to show off.
With Microsoft already going public on their next plans for the Xbox and with Sony delaying their announcement, are you still willing to hold on?
Nobody knows when a PS4 Slim console will be coming and it looks like we may have to wait longer to see the PS4 Neo on the shelves.
Have your say below on the PS4 and Xbox One lifecycle and if you are now ready to upgrade to Ultra HD-ready consoles.
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