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Time for the PS4 has not come yet

Time for the PS4 has not come yet

Future console Sony will focus on online, but talk about a specific technology is still too early. The head of the British branch of Sony Computer Entertainment, Ray Maguire has given one more proof that Sony do not even think about the new generation of consoles. `Of course, it is interesting to speculate what will be our next

The head of the British branch of Sony Computer Entertainment, Ray Maguire has given one more proof that Sony do not even think about the new generation of consoles. `Of course, it is interesting to speculate what will be our next console. We are very interested in the online area, this area accounted for a significant portion of our business in the future. But it was too early to say exactly what technology we use - PS3 has reached only half of their life cycle, so that we will hold it for many years `- he says. `It`s the same conversation that he was at the time of the PlayStation 1, 2 and 3. With that budget, which is necessary these days to develop and launch the new platform, long life cycle is a must, `- said Ray. He recalled that even 15 years ago released the PlayStation 1 was a seven-year activity cycle, and finally withdrew from the market only a decade after the release. `Only now, developers have learned to utilize the maximum power of PS3, and started producing excellent games. Such a situation is good for third-party publishers, as they can now do on the good games good money `- summed up Ray. Tags: Sony, PS4, forecast

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