The entire gaming industry will no doubt have their eyes and ears fixed on all information that comes out of New York City because this Feb. 20th is when Sony is expected to unveil the PlayStation 4.
According to a report from GameSpot on Monday, Sony has revealed that gamers will be able to watch the live press conference this Feb. 20th via a live stream online.
The Sony-held event will be taking place at 6:00 PM EST (3:00 PM PST), which is when the world has been invited to "see the future" of PlayStation.
Confirmed sources have said the PlayStation 4's RAM will total 4GB, with its GDDR5 being able to process data at a 176 gigabytes per second. This should eliminate some of the processing issues people may have had with the PlayStation 3.
Even though the source said the system will only contain up to 4GB of RAM, they also said Sony is trying hard to push 8GB of RAM into the system, which would allow them to measure up to the Xbox 720's alleged RAM.
The PlayStation 4 is driven by eight-core AMD CPUs clocked at 1.6GHz.
Sony's system outperforms the Xbox 720 on paper, but the key is the PS4 seems to be easier for developers to work with.
Where Sony is looking to differentiate itself is in the games it releases, and there seems to be a major budget being utilized in developing those titles.
Among them are "Uncharted 4" and "Killzone 4," but there is sure to be many, many more to come.
How excited are you to see what Sony has up their sleeves?