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Submitted by -Mezzo- 770d ago | rumor

The PlayStation 4 Has A New Controller, Fancy User Accounts And Impressive Specs (So Far)

Kotaku: Last March, we gave you an early look at how the PlayStation 4—code-named Orbis—was shaping up. Nearly a year later, we're about to bring you a clearer, more timely update, including new technical specs and information on an upgrade to Sony's traditional controller design.

The information you're about to read comes from official Orbis documentation, a hive of more than 90 PDFs about the forthcoming console. The details of the files were shared with Kotaku by an individual known as SuperDae, the same person who last year attempted to sell a pair of next-gen Xbox development kits on eBay. (Gadgets, Gaming, PlayStation 4, Sony)

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