On Feb. 20, 2013, Sony made an announcement that would forever change the gaming landscape. They announced the successor to the PlayStation 3 — appropriately dubbed the PlayStation 4 — and announced their lofty goals for the platform to the world via a press conference in New York City. These PS4 promised features included stuff that PlayStation owners now know and love such as Share Play and PlayStation Now, but also included some features that have still not been implemented into the system.
So to make sense of what Sony has and hasn’t achieved yet, we took a look back at the initial PlayStation 4 reveal. Check out the slideshow below to see what Sony has delivered on and what PS4 goals they haven’t come close to reaching yet.
So now that you’ve read what Sony initially promised, did Sony deliver on most of it? What’s the most important one haven’t they delivered on it so far? Let us know in the comments.