Sony's next-generation PlayStation console is expected to be revealed to the public at this year's E3 computer games expo in June, it is reported.
Video game gossip site VGleaks - which styles itself as the Wikileaks of the industry - claims to have had access to the 'roadmap' for the keenly awaited new device, which has the working title 'Orbis'.
And it claims that the schedule puts E3 this year as the latest-possible date for unveiling the machine to the public, with the console expected to go on sale in Q4 (in time for Christmas).
The console is reportedly powered by a quad-core processor and is expected to have blu-ray capacity. It is also reportedly set to be sold at a "reasonable" price.
Microsoft is expected to reveal its next-gen Xbox to the world at E3 as well.