Feb 18 2013, 8:38am CST | by Luigi Lugmayr
Sony PlayStation fans are awaiting the big unveiling of the PlayStation 4 on February 20. Sony has announced a PlayStation event for Wednesday, but refrained from officially confirming that the PS4 will be revealed. All signs are though pointing towards Sony revealing the PlayStation 4 this week. The sale will start this fall.
Sony has published a video that summarizes the history of the PlayStation to set the stage for the PS4. Sony brust into the video game market in 1994 with the original PlayStation. Watch the video below.
The Sony PS4 is likely offering full cloud gaming integration. This means you can "stream" games. Sony bought Gaikai last year which offers such a platform. Additionally the Sony PS4 is expected to feature a touchscreen gaming controller. The console hardware is moving away from the CELL CPU and adopts an AMD chip with rumored 8 cores. Also the graphics are supposed to be powered by AMD.
A lot of discussion is right now a day ahead of the Sony PS4 unveiling about backward compatibility. All rumors point to Sony offering up PS3 games and even PS2 games through cloud streaming. The problem is though that games cannot be streamed in hi-res (1080p) consistently. As Sony is all about high performance this is an issue.
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