Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida has once again avoided talking about the next-generation PlayStation 4, emphasizing that the current PlayStation 3 is in a very good state and that many great games would appear for it this year and in 2013.
The PlayStation 3 has been around for quite some time, so quite a lot of games industry analysts are speculating that Sony will soon release a successor, in the form of the oft-rumored PlayStation 4.
For its part, however, Sony has always declined to talk about a new PlayStation.
Now, the company’s Worldwide Studios President, Shuhei Yoshida, has also avoided talking about the PlayStation 4, opting to highlight the great position of the PS3 and the many games that would be released for it in the future.
"Regarding [the next-gen PlayStation], I can't say anything,” Yoshida told Japanese magazine Famitsu, via Andriasang
. “However, one thing I can say is that the PS3 is currently in an extremely good state. Quality titles will continue to appear this year and next year, so we hope that users will look forward to it.”
According to recent reports, a PlayStation 4, as well as a Xbox 720
might be revealed next year.