The hype train is firmly on the tracks for tonight and yet more rumours are getting off at the stations along the way.
According to a new report which has popped up on Kotaku, PlayStation 4 will be controllable via mobile devices, ship with a PlayStation Eye camera, and an Xbox LIVE style to subscriptions.
Kotaku, who also posted a few more pics of the new controller (below), reports that new console will launch in the US in November in two models priced at 429 and 529 dollars respectively. Every console will come with the PSEye.
Elsewhere in the report, the site suggests that the console will be controllable via smartphones and tablets, while you'll also be able to chat with PSN friends, shop on the PlayStation Store, and start downloads while you're away from home.
Something which sounds very interesting is a new spectator feature which will allow you to watch other player's gaming, even if you do not own the title in question.
Finally the report also suggests that most PS4 network features will be locked unless you subscribe to the Xbox LIVE-style 'PlayStation World', which will take the place of PlayStation Plus.
We can't wait till the hype train gets to its final destination so that we can find out which of these rumour, if any, are true.