Google News UK: “If you haven’t got a PS5 yet, you are missing out.”
That was the tweet by PS4 developer Eolith Games co-founder, John Carmack, last month.
A few months earlier, Eolith had teased that the PS4 would launch in October, with the PSVR coming “in early 2016”.
In the months since, EOM has released a slew of updates, including the PS VR, PlayStation VR Pro, PS4 Pro, PlayStation 4 and PS4 Slim, PlayStation Smart TVs, and PS Move controllers.
Sony is also making significant investments in its home and entertainment systems.
Now, the PS Vita is officially coming out on December 17.
The PS Vita was launched back in 2012 as a niche device, only making the PS2 and PS3.
The PS Vita, which is designed for handheld gaming, was sold in only a handful of countries, mostly Europe.
The company’s biggest market outside of Japan was North America, with an estimated 50,000 units sold during its launch in 2014.
In 2018, Sony introduced the PS3, a successor to the PSP and PSP Pro.
It was launched in October 2017 and was the first to come with a standard-definition screen.
By 2020, Sony announced the PS6 and PS6 Pro, each of which featured a 5.1-inch HD display.
By 2022, the PlayStation 6 Pro was also launched with a 4K display.
Since then, the series has expanded to include the PS7 and PS7 Pro.
PS Vita is Sony’s most expensive console, selling for $399.99.
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