PlayStation 4 will have motion controls on par with Kinect, according to a heavy DigiTimes rumour.
The report claims that production on the machine will begin at the end of the year for a 2012 launch from Foxconn and Pegatron Technology.
It also cites a shipment number of 20 million units for the launch.
It follows several reports in the last couple of weeks of a E3 2012 unveil for the next Xbox, with Nintendo also prepping Wii U for a release next year.
Kotaku had previously reported a 2014 launch at the latest for both the new Sony and MS machines, or 2013 at the earliest if shoved.
Recently, however, SCEA boss Jack Tretton seemed to dismiss any talk of a next-gen PlayStation arriving soon.
“What we’ve seen from the competition is trying to add features that already exist in PlayStation 3. … I wouldn’t look for any discussion of a next generation PlayStation for quite some time,” he said.
Here’s the salt. There’s plenty of it.
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