PS4 development kits will be made available to educators through the PlayStation First Academic Programme starting tomorrow. Educators at Universities interested in the kits will need to seek out an Expression of Interest application through email. Kits for both the new console and Vita are available, and Sony feels educators will be able to use both in innovative ways in the classroom. Other platform specific licences for academic development include: PS3, PSP, PlayStation Home (HDK), Move, and Mobile. Thanks, Develop.
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PlayStation First Academic Programme
PS4 Dev Kits