Sony to discontinue Playstation 4

Sony Corporation have announced that they will be discontinuing the production of the Sony Playstation 4. The PS4 was released in 2013 and has been one of the most successful gaming consoles of all time, with over 112 million units sold worldwide.

The PS4 was a massive leap forward for Sony in terms of hardware and software, offering players a more powerful and immersive gaming experience. The console was also a hit with developers, with hundreds of exclusive games released for the platform. The PS4 also brought about the launch of Sony’s Playstation Plus subscription service, which offered players access to free monthly games and exclusive discounts.

However, with the release of the Playstation 5 (PS5) in late 2020, it was only a matter of time before Sony would discontinue the PS4. The PS5 offers players even more powerful hardware, faster load times, and an even more immersive gaming experience. The PS5 also supports backward compatibility, allowing players to play their PS4 games on the new console, making the transition to the new platform much easier.

The discontinuation of the PS4 marks the end of an era in gaming, and many fans of the console are sad to see it go. The PS4 has been a staple of living rooms and bedrooms around the world, providing hours of entertainment for millions of players. The PS4 will always be remembered for its great library of games, its fantastic hardware, and its innovative features that set the standard for future gaming consoles.

Despite the discontinuation of the PS4, the console will continue to be supported by Sony, and players will still be able to purchase games for the platform and play them on their existing consoles. Sony has also stated that they will continue to support the PS4 with firmware updates and security patches, ensuring that the console remains secure and functional for years to come.


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