Watch Sony's "Next PlayStation" event live stream right here!

In less than an hour, Sony is scheduled to hold a major PlayStation-related press conference in New York City. Sony is live streaming the event, and if you own a PS3 console, you can sign in and watch the proceedings with your online friends.

So what's going to happen? Unless Sony throws us a huge curve ball, it's almost a certainty that the company will officially reveal some of the first details of their next PlayStation console, which will likely be called the PlayStation 4. We have gathered up the rumors and about the PS4 in one big article already, so we should soon see how much of the information is accurate.

There are also rumors that Sony could announce price cuts for the current PlayStation 3 console as well as the PlayStation Vita portable console, which launched in the U.S. a year ago. Sony has already announced a price cut for the PS Vita for the Japanese market a couple of days ago.

What will the hardware be like? What will the games be like? What will the other entertainment services be like? It won't be long before we all find out what Sony has in mind for the next PlayStation.

Source: PlayStation 2013

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THE_OBSERVER said,
wait did they show the ps4 or not!

Nope. No PS4 to be found... only the controller.... which will probably RRP for twice as much

They better not leak/lose the keys to ps4 like they did the ps3. Totally ruined the community with cheaters/hackers. It did lake them 4 years though to break the ps3 unlike the xbox.

You'd think they could've sorted out a proper stream, being a major event with plenty of potential free marketing for Sony and PS4... Disappointing so far!

Nice, but, Suspend to ram using the GDDR5? isn't that going to mean they're going to be sucking even more power than the o so hungry PS3 all over the world?

Um... why can't they just show the video instead of panning and jumping to various screens of said video? I want to see the VIDEO!

yeah, i had to downgrade mine to 360p, and thats on a 8Mb/s connection.

When i first connected about 20 minutes ago, i could at least stay on 480p.

Is it just me or does the Best option not adapt the bitrate?

They may talk around the specs, and show demo's vs hardware revel to possibly one up that extra 1mb more ram then Microsoft or match there level. Your right about Sony mentioning that.

hal9k said,
Guys, seriously???
it's != its, demo's != demos, revel != reveal, then != than, there != their, your != you're

yeah, way too many mistakes. way too many.

hal9k said,
Guys, seriously???
it's != its

*It's

He was correct. I don't know how it is with bastardised "American English"... But in real English he wrote that correctly.

It's = it is.

"Its" would be used for "its inability to write correctly", for example. So you use "its" when it does not stand for "it is".

1Pixel said,

*It's

He was correct. I don't know how it is with bastardised "American English"... But in real English he wrote that correctly.

It's = it is.

"Its" would be used for "its inability to write correctly", for example. So you use "its" when it does not stand for "it is".

Indeed he was correct! Anyway this stream was pretty disinteresting... Waiting for some real reveal.

1Pixel said,
*It's

He was correct. I don't know how it is with bastardised "American English"... But in real English he wrote that correctly.

It's = it is.

"Its" would be used for "its inability to write correctly", for example. So you use "its" when it does not stand for "it is".

They were referring to my original post where I accidentally typed "it's new console" instead of "its new console". When I'm on autopilot I'll often type in words incorrectly, sometimes with the incorrect tense and sometimes entirely unrelated words. It's not that I don't know better - it's simply that I'm in a hurry and/or not paying attention.