PS4: Watch Sony’s Tokyo Game Show 2013 Press Conference Highlights

Published:10:49 am EDT, September 20, 2013| Updated:10:49 am EDT, September 20, 2013|
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During the beginning stages of Japan's gaming expo, the Tokyo Game Show 2013, Sony hit the main stage to present their press conference presentation. A new batch of information regarding the PS4. External gameplay capture devices will work with the console, plus the Gakai streaming service will allow PS4 owners to play PS3 games.

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If you're looking to read up on what went down during Sony's stage show, check out the written highlights below:

- Sony Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida announced that Sony is planning to launch their Gakai cloud streaming service with playable PS3 games next year (North America). A good number of PS3 games will be available through the service and be playable through the PS4, PS Vita and PS Vita TV.

- Four separate PS3 games will be available as digital versions for the PS4 - Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag, Call of Duty: Ghosts, Watch Dogs and Battlefield 4. When you purchase the physical/digital copy of these games for the PS3, you'll be able to download the PS4 version of the game for $9.99 for a limited time. Click on thins link to read Sony's official blog on this news update and click on this link to see the directions on how this will work.

- Sony Computer Entertainment president Andrew House stated that his company is projecting the sale of 5-million PS4 consoles being sold by the end of the fiscal year (March 2014).

- External gameplay capture devices will be compatible with the PS4.

- A new PlayStation mobile app was shown off. The app will allow PS4 owners to check on their friends, accept requests and send messages. The app will also feature some sort of connectivity for certain games.

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