The HyperX cloud is a PS4-exclusive console hardware bundle that bundles the headset and the PS4 Pro console with a PS 4 console.
You can pick one up for $399, and it’s available now in Europe and the U.K. The bundle includes the headset, a PS5 Pro, and a microSD card for storage.
The Hyper, for those unfamiliar, is a cloud-based platform that allows developers to build apps and games on the PS5, as well as a host of other peripherals.
HyperX is also working on a PlayStation 4 Pro, which will support more powerful compute units, though we haven’t seen anything official.
HyperX Cloud and the PlayStation 4 are part of a larger PlayStation 4 bundle that includes a PS6 console, the PS6 Slim, and the DualShock 4 controller.
The PlayStation 4’s bundled controller and PS6 bundle will likely be the first time we see this new controller in use, though.
PlayStation 4 controllers, like the ones that come with the PS3 and PS3 XL, are also coming in the $299, $399 and $499 prices.
The $499 price tag is a little steep, but we expect it to be more affordable for some than others.
It also doesn’t seem like the PlayStation Plus subscription is coming to the PS 4 Pro.
The PS4 will also include the PlayStation Camera, which has a 12MP sensor and the ability to take stills.
We haven’t been able to see the camera in action, though, so we can’t be sure if it will be a game changer.
Sony has also announced that it’s introducing a new feature for the PlayStation platform, which allows developers and publishers to publish games for the PSVR headset.
The feature is called “PlayStationVR”, and it lets developers create PSVR games that work on the PlayStation VR headset.
Sony also announced an additional feature for developers that lets them create games that run in the PS VR headset without the need for a PlayStation Camera.
This feature has been called “Cross-Play” for a reason.
The new feature will allow publishers to include cross-platform multiplayer features, which is something that’s really exciting for gamers.
Sony announced that PlayStation VR games will be coming to PlayStation 4.
The first games announced will be PlayStation VR titles like “Sleeping Dogs,” “Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary,” “Madden NFL 18,” “The Last Guardian,” and “Saints Row IV.”
The first PSVR titles will also launch with the PlayStation TV app, which lets developers bring games from PlayStation VR headsets to the PlayStation television.
Sony also announced it will release a new PSVR title later this year, “The Night Trap.”
This is the second PSVR game announced for the platform, after “The War Within” came out last year.
The developer, “Crown” studio, said it was inspired by “The Phantom Pain,” the first PlayStation VR game.
“TheNightTrail” is a multiplayer first-person horror game that has a focus on player interactions with a “ghost,” a disembodied voice that plays a key role in the game.
The studio also said that the game will support motion controllers.
We haven’t heard much about “The Shadow,” the PS VITA, or “Skylanders Imaginators.”
These titles have been rumored for some time, and they won’t be launching until early next year.