The PS4 has been demoed a bit by Sony up until now, but there is still so much yet to be unveiled regarding this machine, and an analyst has said its visuals and games are phenomenal.
According to a report from GameChup yesterday, the increase in the PS4's RAM has developers, fans and critics praising the upcoming system.
Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter talked about the PS4 this past weekend and the system is impressive.
He went on to say the 8-core CPU allows for incredible upgrades in many areas of the PS4's overall experience.
Pachter has stated he predicts the PlayStation 4 will be selling around 85-95 million units over the course of its life, which is about ten million more than the PS3 has sold up until this point in time.
Pricing is another concern of many, and Pachter thinks the system will be sold for under $599, which is a good thing considering that means there's major value in the PS4's hardware.
Some folks were thinking the PlayStation 4 would check-in around $299 or $399, but as a consumer, that would be concerning because that implies the hardware and overall system is not as advanced as initially thought.
It should be welcomed by people because that means it's a major upgrade in tech and Sony will not be going bankrupt due to the difference between cost and retail prices.
The PS4 needs to be expensive and people need to accept that.