Sony PS4 release date likely in October, first appearance in June

Sony PlayStation is out there, but only virtually. We do not have the glimpse of the console, named as ‘Future of Gaming’, till now.

Now we have got some news about the first view of the PS4 at E 3 in June. Earlier it was rumoured that console would be released in October or ‘holiday season’ in United States.

So the rumour regarding the first glimpse of the console at E3 makes sense. The first display of the console would be made in June and the console would be launched in October.

The console is facing a big challenge from Microsoft Xbox 360, and now next generation Xbox 720, gaming console, which has been dominating the gaming market right now.

To compete with US rival, Japanese tech giant has announced some major developments to make PS4, an ultimate gaming experience.

The developments include setting up a ‘Gaming Network’ instead of selling device approach, Live Streaming through a special button, Dynamic Gaming Experience to attract the 3D gaming generation, utilizing smartphone devices via PS4 app for iOS and Android devices and many other things.

The console is expected to be priced somewhere around $ 400 to 500, with the prices of games to range from $0.99 for ordinary games to $60 for blockbuster games.

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24 thoughts on “Sony PS4 release date likely in October, first appearance in June

  1. PhantomPain

    The PS3 has been beating xbox 360 worldwide in sales look it up xbox dominates in america but thats it. Xbox is non existed in japan and ps3 dominates europe and a lot of countries this guy in the article is wrong unless he is talking about North America which there is a lot more locations in the world besides america you know and a lot more people invested more money in the xbox due to red ring and online subscription fees which made xbox more expensive in the long run. I have been through 3 xbox and only 1 ps3

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    • Daniel

      Although i agree with you, the reason i believe he is focusing on the US is because they add up to 40% of the gaming market. And according to vgchart’s website the 360 is outselling the ps3. I’m not trying to be a jerk or anything, just stating some facts. Happy Easter.

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    • Traci Hargrave Arnold

      Wish I could say the same – my son is extremely careful and particular with his PS3 – he got his first one in 2010, had to replace it in 2012, and this one is starting to wig out, too. Not sure whether to buy another PS3 when this one goes, or to buy a first edition PS4…

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  2. Tisoyboy2

    The next Xbox will face the same challenges as the PS4. The PS3 suffered in sales because many people already invested into an Xbox and the PS3 was priced higher. People were quick to ignore their previous hate statements about he PS3 and buy one when the price went down and their XBL subscription expired. Think of smartphones. How many would buy an iPhone or Galaxy S4 without the contract price at $700? People have all kinds of excuses why its not better then what they have. I think if the next Xbox has similar specs and it releases after the PS4, then Microsoft will be on the losing end just for the cost of XBL alone.

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  3. heavenshitman1

    The PS4 will likely be more along the lines of the 500 price point, with 100 dollars per controller and games will be up at the higher end considering dev costs. Paid DLC will abound in it’s lifetime, and Sony will probably suffer major financial blows to crippling levels like PS3 if it’s system doesn’t sell to the masses quick smart on launch.
    Considering most ppl are only just buying PS3′s now, it’s not the most likely scenario everyone is about ready to lash out on PS4 with an economy that hasn’t really gotten any better lately

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  4. mike

    Webmaster,
    I have a f*cking vertical bar on the left, a share bar, that is a pain in the ass, we cant read the article normally because the bar is hidding part of the text.its really annoying.
    It spoils the whole experience, we feel like leaving without reading the article.
    Today, even with ad blockers,etc, 95% of the webpages are full of ads, text,photos, even video ads that start playing automatically. Its already painful like that. But when you have floating bars that cover the text, we reach the limits of what is acceptable.

    On topic, I can’t wait to hook my ps4, insert a game and start playing. Its gonna be on of the top moments of the last 10 years, for me.

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