PS4 unveiled in summer and released for Christmas 2013
According to the murmurs, Sony will be revealing all with the new PlayStation 4 at E3 this summer and released in time for Christmas.
VGleaks (the WikiLeaks of gaming) reckon they've seen the 'roadmap' for Sony's new console, which is being worked on under the codename 'Orbis'.
It'll be backed by a quad-core AMD APU Solution processor with an AMD 8000 series GPU and between 2 and 4GB of GDDR5. If you believe other mutterings, it'll also be able to display games in 4K resolution, support Blu-ray and cost you around £250.
In other gaming news, Microsoft are also rumoured to be showing off their new gaming hardware this year, with a follow-up to the Xbox 360 (codename 'Thebes' or 'Durango').
The new Xbox could feature two CPUs, one for gaming and another for multimedia applications, as well as Kinect 2.0, 3D technology and Xbox TV.