Report: Sony PS4 may support cross-platform interactivity
Rumors about the PlayStation 4 continue to swirl around the Internet ether and will do so until Sony officially unveils its next generation game console.
Most of the current rumors floating around have to do with the controller and exactly what features new console features Sony will be offering. In fact, the image below is a mockup of what the new PS4 controller might look like.
As previously discussed on TG Daily, the PlayStation 4 could lose the DualShock design we are all familiar with in favor of something very different. However, other rumors claim the PlayStation 4 controller looks very much like the controller on the current PlayStation 3. We've also heard some other strange rumors about the next-generation console, including one that it may stream games over the Internet.
Interestingly, yet another new rumor surfaced today with industry sources claiming the new console could interact or interface with other hardware, such as the Vita and other Sony smartphones.
The sources also reportedly corroborate some of the other PlayStation rumors floating around, including the rumor of video game streaming over the Internet using Gaikai technology, Facebook achievements, and the ability to brag about your achievements via Twitter.
Of course, we are only a day and a handful of hours away from the February 20 official reveal of the PlayStation 4, or at least what everyone expects to be the unveiling of the PlayStation 4. Hopefully, in the next day all of these rumors will be settled once and for all.