[UPDATE] PS4 Revealed: Features, Specs & Game Details
Table of Contents
- PS4 Reveal Highlights: What You Need to Know
- Tech, Video Streaming & Controller
- Games & Trailers – Part 1
- Games & Trailers – Part 2
- NEW(!) PS4 Updates, Further Reading
- Tons of Images from the PS4 reveal event.
New PS4 Updates, Further Reading
Here are a few new tidbits about the PS4 that have come to light since the console’s debut back on February 20, 2013.
-The PS4 camera is pretty nice, boasting a resolution of 1280×800, running at 60Hz.
-Here’s a video showcasing the new PS4 controller, and what developers think of it.
-The PS4 will support NVIDIA’s PhysX and APEX technologies.
-Sony CEO Jack Tretton has hinted that PS4 games won’t cost above $60.
-With a little wish-washing, Sony Worldwide Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida said “yes” to the question “will the PS4 be able to play used games?” It had been suggested that the PS4 could, possibly, maybe, block used games from playing, requiring a fresh “new” version of every title.
-NVIDIA compared the PS4 specs to that of a “low end PC.” Snap.
-Though things are moving decidedly digital, you’ll still be able to buy good ole’ retail hard copies of PS4 games.
-The PC-exclusive shooters Blacklight: Retribution and Primal Carnage will be available for the PS4, too.
-Want to build a PC comparable to the PS4′s power? We’ve put together a guide to help.
-Here’s a video of the unreal engine 4 funning on the PS4.