If you're anxious to look at some hardware, Sony released some press shots of the new DualShock 4 and PS4 Eye camera. What we do know about the PlayStation 4 so far is that it's heavily reliant on sharing and cloud-based technology, a result of the $380 million Gaikai purchase, and all PS4 games will feature remote play with the Vita.
Fresh off the back of Sony's long-awaited announcement at the PlayStation Meeting 2013, GAME is pleased to announce that it is taking orders immediately for Sony PS4, set for release later this year.
A significant gaming line has been announced that includes stunning titles such as Knack, Infamous: Second Son, Drive Cub, The Witness and third party titles such as Watch Dogs, Diablo 3 and Destiny.
The Sony PS4 is available to order now in stores and online at game.co.uk.
With demand sure to be high, gamers can simply register their interest and place a deposit of £20 to secure a console at launch.
Boasting cutting edge hardware, an integrated gaming experience, cutting-edge graphics, immediate and simple access to gaming content and an innovative new DualShock 4 the Sony PS4 ushers in a new era for gaming.
It's social element makes gaming even more of a shared experience and dovetails incredibly well into GAME's community strategy through it's social integration.
Martyn Gibbs, CEO for GAME Retail Ltd says: "The PS4 is looking like a truly revolutionary console. Sony has raised the bar for how we will experience and access games and how gamers will control their experiences. The new features will give developers a whole new way to create incredible games, so we look forward to bringing the PS4 to the gaming communities of the UK!"
"Many console launches have seen demand significantly outstrip supply so we would urge anyone wishing to get their hands on a PS4 from launch to register their interest with our store teams or online as soon as possible."
Sony PlayStation 4
Sony PlayStation 3 (late 2012)