With the PS4 being revealed only a few days ago, gamers have been looking for further details about the upcoming system, and they all will know what comes with a basic PS4 bundle.
According to a report from GameInformer yesterday, the PlayStation 4 will at the very least be bundled with a headset, which Sony was criticized for not doing with the PS3 when it was launched.
Shuhei Yoshida, President of Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios, talked about what gamers will be receiving from the "Share" feature and what role the LED light on the controller will play.
"The “Share” button allows you to easily broadcast your gameplay in real-time through streaming sites such as Ustream, where fellow gamers can comment and even join your game in new ways.
"For example, if you’re stuck in a difficult level, your friends can offer health potions or special weapons that you can use during gameplay. You can also instantly upload images or video to Facebook by pressing the “Share” button.
"As both a developer and a gamer, I’m personally excited about the opportunity to get help from friends when facing a challenge, and I can’t wait to see what my friends are playing in real time along with videos of their favorite in-game moments.
"On the front side of DUALSHOCK 4 is a light bar with LED that illuminate in various colors to match the color of the character in a game as a simple way to identify players.
"The colors can also provide useful information to players, such as when their character has taken damage during a game.
"DUALSHOCK 4 was developed alongside a second peripheral, a dual camera which can sense the depth of the environment in front of it and also track the 3D location of the controller via its light bar.
"The new camera incorporates four microphones capable of accurate sound detection and source origination, and it will support the PlayStation Move motion controller with more precision than ever before," Yoshida said.