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At 10am AEDST, 21 February, Sony is throwing a global conference to announce something about the PlayStation. Could it be the PS4? Watch the live stream here to find out!

(Screenshot by Michelle Starr/CNET Australia)

With rumours flying thick and fast about the PlayStation 4, Sony is gearing up to make an announcement at 10am tomorrow, Sydney time (6pm EST on 20 February in New York). So far, the only information Sony has released about the event is a very mysterious teaser video, featuring the symbols from the PlayStation controller buttons.

That hasn't stopped the speculation. So far, we've heard that playing options are a higher priority than better graphics this time around, meaning the possibility of compatibility with mobile devices; that the new console wants to be a home entertainment "nerve centre"; that the controller will have a PlayStation Vita-style touchscreen on the front; and just this morning, we heard that the PS4 will be released in two versions by November this year.

Hopefully tomorrow, we'll have no further need of speculation. We'll be streaming the event live here, so bookmark this page and check back tomorrow at 10am AEDST to find out for yourself.

Note: this stream will not auto-play, so don't forget to click play.


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AlexV1 posted a comment   
Australia

Shame the physical console wasn't shown.. I was hoping to see something significantly different to the Ps3 Slim and super slim models..

 

DamienA posted a comment   

how long till the video repeats?

 

DamienA posted a comment   

Where can I download this.

 

DamienA posted a comment   

I was watching before 10.00am looks like I missed the ps4 announcement thenks cnet you got the time wrong.

 

Michelle Starr posted a reply   
Australia

No, we were watching at 10. It started a minute or two after. It's laggy as all heck, but it's still going now.

 

AlexV1 posted a comment   
Australia

Alas some of us have to work .... So we can't watch the live streams..

 

Michelle Starr posted a reply   
Australia

We'll have some written follow-ups. But the live stream will be on repeat for seven days, so come back at lunch :)

 

AlexV1 posted a reply   
Australia

All good. I'll be watching anyway :P




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