On April 16, 2019, Mark Cerny (Lead System Architect) officially announced that a fifth generation PlayStation console has been in development since 2015.
The fourth Xbox platform, scheduled for released in 2020.
Evercade is a handheld console that plays cartridge-based collections of retro 8-bit and 16-bit games.
Playdate is a handheld designed by Panic. Set to be released in early 2020, it will feature twelve games released one per week for Season One. It features a crank on the side.
Stadia is a streaming platform for games, powered by Google's cloud infrastructure.
Oculus Quest is a self-contained virtual reality platform from the makers of the Oculus Rift.
The Magic Leap One launched as a developer-focused "Creator Edition" in August 2018.
Nintendo's home console that can be turned into a portable device by removing it from its TV-dock. Launched worldwide on March 3, 2017.
The Android-based Tomahawk F1 is built on Android and is aimed directly at the Chinese market.
The fourth-generation Apple TV adds an App Store, opening up the availability of third-party apps and games to a wider degree. The remote also has motion capabilities, opening it up as a game device.