Sony’s anticipated high-end PlayStation 4 will hit the market in September, together with a standard version, The Wall Street Journal reports, citing unnamed sources.

The industry has been buzzing about rumours of a souped-up PlayStation 4 gaming console for most of this year, since around March. Codenamed “Neo”, Sony confirmed its plans to build the console in June, and the machine is expected to come with enhanced processing speeds and graphics capabilities, including 4K resolution support.

The idea behind releasing two versions at once is new in the console industry, which typically abides by a model-by-model upgrade cycle. But it may be necessary for consoles to keep selling to an audience that sees PC upgrades keeping pace with technology developments, and want their consoles to support newer and more demanding game titles. Read more…

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Sony will deliver high-end and standard PlayStation 4 models in September