Last month, Sony officially announced and detailed their next-generation home console, PS4, during a live-streamed video conference that over 3 million curious gamers watched.
While exciting software like “Killzone Shadow Fall” and a new “inFamous” title were shown along with new features and control design, many wondered why Sony did not reveal the PS4 console.
“I think that, you know, we still have a long ways to go before the actual product launch and there are going to be a lot of opportunities for us to talk about and provide additional details on the PlayStation 4,” he said.
“It wasn’t actually a launch, we just talked about the console and there will be more information to come, but it keeps people guessing and that’s a good thing.”
With a PS4 release expected to come during the 2013 holiday season, Sony will need to keep some surprises close to their chest in order to impress people over the next several months. It is likely Sony will show the PS4 hardware at E3 2013 in June.
Since the PlayStation 4 reveal, Microsoft has continued to remain mum on the topic of their next-generation home console. Rumors suggest Microsoft may unveil the Xbox 720 during GDC later this month, or just prior to E3 2013 at a special-event that will primarily focus on the Xbox 720 – codenamed Durango.