Huh It’s a rhombus! A black plastic console. The PlayStation 4. Turns out, Sony finally decided to take the wraps off of the physical design of the PS4, come E3 of this year and very month of June. Physically, it seems larger than a current-gen PS3, but that’s just from the press image. What really takes us back by storm is that the PS4 seems to put a great emphasis on edging, and spacing between that edging. It’s new, if anything.
Sony also is taking the time to refine some of the features that the PS4 can utilize. One of the best? The ability to buy used games and loan them to friends. The second is having no “always-on” online requirement. These two features are what mainly makes the PS4 stand out currently against the Xbox One, which is limited in both instances. Also, the PS4 is $400, a full $100 less than the Xbox One with a launch sometimes this holiday season.