With the release of the Wii U, it’s only a matter of time before the competition catch up and we hear more about the next generation of consoles from Sony and Microsoft.
Details regarding the Xbox 720 have been slipping out here and there, although not much is known about the PS4, which has been known as Project Orbis.
Well, it’s now being called project “Thebes”, according to SemiAccurate, who claim to have heard the news from Japanese sources.
“Other than it being an AMD CPU and GPU, we don’t have much more specific details,” the site says.
“It is said to be a 28nm part, likely fabbed at Global Foundries or IBM for the first run, and out after Oban. That would most likely be the spring of 2014, but it could be fall of that year too.”
Not too much to go on here, but we’ll keep an eye on these rumours and see if they prove true when Sony does eventually show off its new gaming hardware.