During an E3 press conference yesterday, Sony confirmed that its upcoming $400 Playstation 4 console will not be limited by the same hobbling restrictions as Microsoft's Xbox One.
First off, the PS4 will allow users to play pre-owned games, which they can then trade, lend or sell.
Plus, the PS4 does not require a live Internet connection for playing games (single-player) or to obtain online authentication once a day. As you may recall, Microsoft's Xbox One demands an Internet connection once every 24 hours.
The Japanese-based company also released the following list of official specs:
Sony's Playstation 4 will be available this holiday season at a $400 price point. Oh, and yes, Elder Scrolls Online will be hitting the PS4 this spring.