What We Would Like To Expect in the PS4

As the title indicates, this article is about the new gaming console that is starting to get a lot of buzz on the highly anticipated PlayStation 4 and what features it is most likely to have and also a closer look at when it might be getting released.

After a bit of a rough start, the PlayStation 3 has established itself as a fine gaming console, providing a top-end Blu-ray player, adding as a powerful media hub and of-course offering cutting edge gaming, but as the PS3 entering it’s last few years of it’s cycle, attention has turned to what the next generation PlayStation will bring to the table. We have compiled a wish list of what we would like to see in the next gen console, the PS4.

The first one is not so much what it will add, but what features we would like to see get carried over from the PS3. That being said, we would like the PS4 to continue being a Blu-Ray player and continue being an on-demand video player from hosts like YouTube to keep it busy under our TVs.

We would also like the PS4 to be more powerful than it’s predecessor, we expect the PS4 to bring the latest graphics technology and unparalleled sound and even better 3D functionality to accommodate the newest 3d TV and all the other benefits that will come with an even more powerful chip processor.

Although the PlayStation Network has been a big hit, the Xbox has had an edge in terms of community so we would like to see the PS4 step it up in that department and figure out the secret recipe in this department that has been working so well for the Xbox.

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Also we would like to see the PS4 be more portable:

Although we’re expecting some neat new tricks from the PlayStation Vita, which should have been around for a while by the time it acquires a new big brother. We want Sony to take a good look at how it’s going to make it’s gaming experience more portable with the release of the PS4. We want to see portable data and gaming and an adequate link up with phones, tablets, and laptops.

There is a large back-catalog of games that we love to play on the PS1, PS2 & PS3 and would love to be able to play those games from time to time on the new PlayStation 4, that is why backward compatibility would be desirable.