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The PS4 Neo is one of the anticipated devices to come for PlayStation players. And even with the lack of details for the gaming console, there are trickles of supposed new information, especially regarding the games.

The biggest worry that some fans—and perhaps a few developers have—is the way game development and rollout will be once there are two PS4 consoles. However, in an interview with Time, Sony seems to be reassuring fans that the PS4 Neo will feature games that can also be run on the PS4

“You’ll have the same experience, but one will be delivered at a higher resolution, with an enhanced graphical experience, but everything else is going to be exactly as you’d expect,” said Sony’s Shawn Layden to Time.

It appears that both Sony and Microsoft are on the same pace when it comes to what they are looking to inject into the current-gen consoles, which is innovation within the life cycle. As Layden puts it, the addition of the PS4 Neo and the Xbox One Scorpio is to give developers more power in creating games that will deliver a more enhanced gaming experience.

Whatever the future development would be, it is reassuring to know that PlayStation is not looking to impose the higher end consoles on the market. At the very least, they are not aiming to make one experience be the only choice, but rather expand the choices for those who want higher resolution of enhanced graphics.

“We’re not creating haves and have-nots. There’s only going to be one game on sale, and it will play on both [consoles],” said Layden.

As far as the other features of the PS4 Neo is concerned, industry insider and tipster Tidux has been at it again, throwing around some possible features that Sony’s PS4 Neo may have. Gamingbolt spotted a slew of tweets, which suggests specs that may be a little lower than what the Xbox One Scorpio has to offer.

Tidux suggested that the PS4 Neo will have a smart design that will allow developers to scale the games. It will also feature a boosted GPU, as well as a 4K Blu-Ray Drive. The latter was confirmed, alongside a “yes” on 4K capabilities.

PS4 Neo confirmed (Credit: YouTube/GhostRobo)