New Documents Supposedly Discuss The PlayStation NEO
A little more than a month ago, Sony confirmed that a device known as the PlayStation NEO, previously known as PlayStation 4.5, was being actively worked on, after a document discussing the device was supposedly leaked from the company. Now, said documents have supposedly been made public.
The documents were first discovered by WCCF Tech, and while there’s no way to verify where these documents came from (let alone if they’re authentic or not), they do reveal a lot of what’s been rumored before. This includes that the system will be a high end version of the PlayStation 4 and will co-exist with the current model, as well as the fact that all games released for the PlayStation 4 starting in October 2016 to support both the current version and the NEO. What does the NEO offer over the base PlayStation 4 model? Well according to the documents, this includes both a higher and more stable framerate, improved graphical fidelity, and support for features that are exclusive to the PlayStation 4.
Obviously, none of this has yet to be confirmed by Sony (though to be fair, there’s no reason for them to do that), but a lot of what was discussed within the document was info that had been discussed before. For now, we’ll have to take all of this with a grain of salt, as we’re in the dark on what this new PlayStation NEO is until Sony themselves say something about it. You can check out the rest of the document here, assuming of course Sony doesn’t try to get it taken down by the time this goes live.
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