Independent The Sony PlayStation 4 has officially arrived in Japan and Europe.
We’re not quite ready to say what the console will cost yet, but we’re expecting to be able buy the successor to the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 this year.
This new console is due for release in March 2019.
It has been announced by Sony that it will also feature a new 4K TV, an upgraded version of the PlayStation 4 DualShock 4 controller and other enhancements.
In a blog post, Sony said that this console will be sold in Europe, the Americas, Australia and New Zealand, and Japan.
There are some details of what you can expect in the new console, but a few things to keep in mind: The PS4 Pro is a new addition to the PS4 family of consoles.
It is the biggest PS4 console ever, with 4K displays and better graphics.
The PS5 will have an improved GPU and faster processing.
The new PS4 will be called the “PS4 Pro” and it will have better graphics than the previous PS4 model.
PS4 games will not be compatible with PS4 consoles running the “S” series of consoles (PS4, DualShock, etc.)
The PS Vita will also be able play PS4 titles in 1080p and 60fps, although it’s unclear how that will work.