Sony's rumoured PlayStation 4 reveal event will be live-streamed

Sony confirms gamers will be able to watch February 20 PlayStation Meeting event live online.

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Sony's PlayStation Meeting on February 20 --where the company is inviting gamers to "see the future" and, presumably, the first glimpse of the PlayStation 4-- will be live-streamed over the Internet, Sony has confirmed to GameSpot.

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More information about watching the stream live will be made available in the coming days. The PlayStation Meeting will take place in New York on February 20 at 18:00 EST/15:00 PST/23:00 GMT. GameSpot will be in attendance.

Previous rumours have said Sony and Microsoft would seek Apple-style reveals for their next-gen consoles. Apple announcements are usually private events rarely streamed in public, though the company did broadcast its most recent announcement of the iPad Mini.

The most recent PlayStation 4 rumours have said that the controller will feature both a dedicated Share button and a PS Vita-style touchpad. Last week GameSpot's Mark Walton stacked what is believed to be the PlayStation 4 components against the PC.

For more information on the future of the PlayStation, check out GameSpot's coverage.

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