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Watch today's PlayStation conference (on replay)

4:45 PM on 02.20.2013

It's over!


[Update: It's all over! Click here for our recap of the press conference and here for our continued PlayStation 4 coverage. Check back in for repeat streams of the original broadcast.]

Sony released a teaser video earlier last month, entitled "See the Future," and has been releasing evolutionary videos of its previous consoles since. I don't want to come outright and say this is definitely going to be the company's announcement of the next PlayStation home console, but that seems all too likely. 

Whatever it is, we'll be streaming it live at 3:00pm Pacific / 6:00pm Eastern / 11pm GMT on February 20, 2013. Destructoid will be at the event reporting on all the news as it happens, so join us for the big reveal! 

Make sure to check out our ongoing coverage of PlayStation 4 rumors, including recent leaks of the system's alleged controller design, speculated backwards-compatible game game streaming capabilities, and other wacky patents.

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