Playstation company is planning to launch a standard but slimmed down version of the PlayStation 4 alongside a special high-end version that’s been code-named Project Neo.
Both of the new consoles will be released at an event at the PlayStation theatre in New York on 7 September.
Together, Sony hopes that the two consoles will allow it to keep interest from hardcore and more casual gamers. It also brings the console range in line with the Xbox, after Microsoft released the slimmer Xbox One S and is rumoured to be working on a more powerful console for release in the future.
Sony said in June that it was planning to launch the high-end PlayStation 4 – code-named Neo, but not necessarily to be released under that name – as a way of keeping up interest in the console.