News of the next generation of consoles has slowly trickled out over the last fortnight. None of the news gives us a clear view of either Sony or Microsoft's consoles -- instead we've only gotten teases of each. And those teases have had wildly different focuses. On one hand, you have rumours of what Sony's hardware will look like, and on the other hand, you have rumours of Microsoft distribution tactics.
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E3 2018 is here, and companies have already announced more games than you can shake a Joy-Con at. But what about consoles? The last few years have seen E3 inundated with either rumours or news about new consoles from the big three. This year's gaming expo has been a touch on the lighter side when it comes to hardware announcements, but still had an interesting reveal or two from the show's biggest players. Depending on your console of choice, that might be a good thing.
Briefly: According to Sony boss Tsuyoshi "John" Kodera, who told reporters in Japan last night, confirming Kotaku's reporting from last month that we won't see the PS5 for a long time. Despite rumours floating around earlier this year, the PS4 is going to stick around for a while.