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.
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.
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.