The bomb's finally dropped: Sony has confirmed the existence of the PS4K - or the PS4 Neo, as many refer to it. The confirmation comes from president of Sony Interactive Entertainment Andrew House, who revealed that the "high-end PS4" is a part of the company's future plans to the Financial Times.
House even gives us a few juicy details about the device, claiming that it's going to be more expensive than the standard $350 PS4 that's currently on the market. However, new customers won't be forced into buying the more expensive console, as House explains: "It is intended to sit alongside and complement the standard PS4 [...] we will be selling both [versions] through the life cycle." Interesting.
Sony's looking to target "hardcore" gamers with the supercharged machine, which will offer better resolution for those who own 4K televisions, and, as far as we know, will boast better specifications. However, the shiny new PS4 won't be showing up at E3 2016 - which kicks off this weekend. We suspect that Sony will be giving it an official announcement when the time is right, then.
It's all kicking off now, eh? Let us know if you're in or out in the comments section below.