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Confirmed: Sony to reveal PS4 Neo this September

Sony will reveal the PS4 Neo on September 7 during an event in New York, French website Gameblog reported earlier today.

VICE Gaming has since confirmed it has received the same information from multiple sources, adding further credibility to the rumour.

PS4 Neo, originally reported by Kotaku back in March, is an upgraded version of the PS4 capable of upscaling games to 4K resolutions.

Many of us expected the console to be unveiled at E3 2016, but Sony quietly confirmed the console in an interview with The Financial Times and said little else on the matter.

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According to a recent report by Giant Bomb, the PS4 Neo will feature an upgraded CPU, GPU and increased RAM. It is still unclear whether or not the Neo will also receive an exterior redesign as well.

One source described the upcoming New York event as a “technical showcase” for Sony’s hardware, suggesting that we may see the console in action next month.

Our money is on a September reveal followed by a release date just in time for Christmas.

Are you waiting on news for the PS4 Neo? Let us know in the comments.  

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