'We've just scratched the surface of PS3', says Sony boss26 February 2010 15:40:14
The PS3 still has a wealth of untapped potential, Sony's chief executive in the US has said.
In an interview with Fast Company, Jack Tretton, head of SCEA (Sony Computer Entertainment America), claimed that the old short-term life-cycles of consoles is a thing of the past thanks to the advanced hardware of the PS3.
He told the news provider: "A question I often get is 'when we are going to see PlayStation 4?'. When somebody can craft the technology that exceeds what we're able to do on the PS3, but we are still just starting to harness it.
"I don't know what the percentage would be, but we've clearly just scratched the surface in the PS3."
Mr Tretton added that new titles such as Little Big Planet, Uncharted 2, and Final Fantasy XIII are beginning to take advantage of thePS3's advanced technology and that consumers will see further innovation in the near future.
This year will see the launch of the Sony Arc, a new motion control system for the console.
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