Sony’s stacked its platform with the essential hardware game developers have desired. Under the hood lays an X86 CPU, enhanced PC GPU, 8GB of unified memory, and a local storage HDD—all of which are set to push the boundaries of gaming development from graphics to gameplay. Not to mention the mass amount of multimedia content that will be storable on the system.
Dual Shock 4
Sticking to the true form factor of the company’s classic peripheral, the latest version of the Dual Shock hopes to offer an enhanced feel from the direction pad to the trigger buttons, and yes, rumble functionality. It’ll also feature a share button, headphone jack, and a light bar for player identification that supports motion control. But the most significant upgrade to the Dual Shock is the minimal touchpad featured in the middle of the peripheral. Nothing was mentioned on how the touchscreen will play out, so that means we’ll have to wait it out till E3.