Just days prior to their E3 press conference, Sony confirmed that an improved PlayStation 4 model code named “Neo” was in development, but that it wouldn’t be shown at this year’s convention. However, this reveal left many fans wondering whether or not the gameplay demos shown during the press conference were captured on standard PS4 consoles or this improved hardware. PlayStation head Shuhei Yoshida has since laid these concerns to rest, stating on Twitter that all of Sony’s E3 games were shown running on standard PS4 hardware. He also later stated that the God of War Demo that kicked off Sony’s show was played live on stage.

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