With the PlayStation 4 meeting being concluded only hours again, the President and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment of America talked about the event and everything that it brought.
According to a report from PlayStation Blog on Wednesday, Jack Tretton, President and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment of America, talked about what the PlayStation 4 is and what it will focus on.
"PlayStation 4 is centered on all of you – the gamers. It redefines rich and immersive gameplay with powerful graphics and speed, intelligent personalization, deeply integrated social capabilities, and innovative second-screen features.
"When we designed PlayStation 4, we focused on building an architecture that will allow the greatest game developers in the industry to push boundaries and dig deep within their imaginations to create the most immersive and unique games for you to enjoy," Tretton said.
Tretton then went on to talk about the future of PlayStation as well as the titles that were introduced at the press conference.
"The future of PlayStation is all about great games and entertainment, and at PlayStation Meeting 2013, we brought some of the brightest and most creative minds from the development community on stage to unveil the games that will define PS4.
"A partial initial lineup for PlayStation 4 includes first-party games from Guerilla Games ('Killzone: Shadow Fall'), Sucker Punch ('inFamous Second Son'), Evolution Studios ('Driveclub'), and Japan Studio ('Knack'), as well as titles from our partners such as Activision/Bungie ('Destiny'), Blizzard Entertainment ('Diablo III'), Capcom ('Deep Down'), and Ubisoft ('Watch_Dogs').
"PlayStation also reinforced its commitment to self-publishing and the independent development community by having Jonathan Blow onstage who gave a sneak peek of his upcoming title The Witness.
"Finally, the incredible minds at Media Molecule and Quantic Dream gave glimpses of their conceptualization process and the future of gameplay with some remarkable footage. We only scratched the surface at the event, and will have many more exciting titles to come," Tretton said.