Watch Sony's CES 2016 Briefing Right Here Tonight [UPDATE]

Sony's briefing at CES didn't bring much gaming news.

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[UPDATE] The briefing has now ended.

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Following Nvidia's Consumer Electronics Show briefing last night, Sony will take the stage tonight with its own event at the annual Las Vegas trade show. Sony's briefing begins tonight at 5 PM PST / 8 PM EST. You can watch the entire show right here on GameSpot through the Ustream embed below.

Sony hasn't provided any firm details on what it will show during the briefing. But Roger Cheng of GameSpot sister site CNET reports that Sony is likely to spend a lot of timing pushing 4K video.

"The standard for ultra high-resolution video is just hitting the periphery of mainstream awareness (if you were good, Santa may have left you a 4K television under the Christmas tree), and Sony will likely want to raise the 4K flag even higher," Cheng writes.

CES is not as game-focused as E3 or Gamescom, but considering that PlayStation is one of Sony's biggest businesses, it's possible PlayStation 4 or other systems or gaming services may get some attention. With PlayStation VR launching this year, too, we may learn more about it tonight during the briefing.

Whatever the case, we'll have all the news for you as it's announced. What are you hoping to see from Sony's CES briefing tonight? Let us know in the comments below!

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