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What will the next Playstation system arrive?

  1. tswilson profile image60
    tswilsonposted 6 years ago

    What will the next Playstation system arrive?

    Is a date set?  What are the main new features?

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  2. Faceless39 profile image92
    Faceless39posted 6 years ago

    I have NO idea, but someone please enlighten us.  I've gotten way more into Wii than I ever thought I would!  It can actually get physically tiring!  I honestly lost track @ PS2, years ago!  LOL!!  smile

  3. tswilson profile image60
    tswilsonposted 6 years ago

    I should apologize for the poor grammar in the title.  I meant "When will the next Playstation system arrive?"  I was a bit tired when I posted this.  Another reason why it is best to proofread anything at least once.

  4. mattforte profile image90
    mattforteposted 6 years ago

    Not for a long time. There is no reason to release one, since the current PS3 is just starting to tap into it's capabilities.
    As far as new features, the PS3 has the ability to be upgraded with accessories and software. So, releasing a PS4 would be redundant, and leave a lot of current ability to waste. They're better off waiting for the 360 to hit it's technological cap, forcing Microsoft to release a new system, while the PS3 just keeps getting better.

  5. Richard Craig profile image76
    Richard Craigposted 6 years ago

    There has been no official statement from Sony on PS4 so there is obviously no 'new features' to confirm.  I wouldn't expect to see it in stores until 4th Quarter 2013.  Sony are about to release the PS Vita so I doubt they would want to damage it's sales potential by releasing it too early although they won't want to be late to the party either if Nintendo release their Wii U system in 2012 - I'll be waiting for the PS4 though.

  6. WD Curry 111 profile image59
    WD Curry 111posted 6 years ago

    What's a playstation? We live in Florida when we are not running around outside, fishing, surfing, skateboarding, biking, or whatnot, we are playing musical instruments. That's why our kids are playing multiple instruments in the county jazz band and get straight "A"s. Oh I forgot art . . . when they don't feel like painting, drawing or working with clay . . . I let the on go on a BigMckAttck 32 gigs of ram.

  7. profile image0
    Zooey LeRoseposted 6 years ago

    I was reading this article online not too long ago and the reason the playstation move was just released last is to give the Playstation 3 at least 5 more years of lifespan until 2015... compared to the highly success of wii releasing its wiiu next year and the soon to be new xbox

  8. jonsswagger1978 profile image58
    jonsswagger1978posted 6 years ago

    Sony has not set a release date as of yet so i expect it to be a while. I love the current PS3 it is hands down the best system out there.

 
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