Image credit - The Verge

Image credit – The Verge

For the past few months, it has been rumored that Sony is going to release an updated PlayStation 4 console later this year. The rumored console has since then be referred to as PlayStation 4.5 and PlayStation 4 Neo. Sony hasn’t confirmed anything about it but did mention that an updated console will be announced soon. Yesterday it sent out invites for an event on September 7th and the company has now confirmed that it’s going to provide a live stream of the event.

Sony confirmed yesterday that the PlayStation Meeting event is going to take place on September 7th at The PlayStation Theater in New York. It hasn’t revealed anything about what it’s going to talk about at the event.

It’s interesting to note that PlayStation Meeting was also the same name that Sony used for its event back in February 2013 where it unveiled the PlayStation 4 for the very first time. You can easily connect the dots here.

Rumors about the PlayStation 4 Neo indicate that the console will be able to support 4K resolution for both games and video. It will be Sony’s answer to Microsoft’s Project Scorpio, the 4K-ready Xbox One that’s currently being developed.

Sony has only confirmed that it’s going to provide a live stream of the event, it’s going to reveal more information about how everybody will be able to tune in as we get close to September 7th.

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