Microsoft announced it's Xbox One S and the next Xbox known as Scorpio at its E3 press conference, however Sony is also planning an addition to its PlayStation line-up and according to Andrew House.
So why wasn't it at E3? Well, according to Andrew House it's not there because Sony wants to show what difference it'll make to gamers when it eventually arrives. He added that Sony won't show the console until it can show off the various range of experiences that come with it.
House states that it is "an addition" to the current PS4 line-up rather than a replacement. He says that games will essentially play "an awful lot prettier than they have previously."
There's no concrete proof of the specs of PlayStation Neo, or PS4K as we like to call it, at this time and it does seem likely that Sony will be casting an eye over Microsoft's way to see what they are doing in this space.
Whether we will be PS4K this year or not remains to be seen, but one things for sure, Sony isn't going to sit on it's hands and watch Microsoft take all the credit for having more powerful hardware.