Just unveiled: After months of having the code name: Neo. Sony has just revealed their latest to the world. Called the Playstation 4 Pro, the new console upgrades Sony’s flagship hardware with a faster processor, better graphics, and support for 4K resolution.
Plans are for the console to launch November 10th stateside ($399). Designed to be sold alongside the base PS4, this is for the gamer who wants 4k and better graphics. The games ecosystem is the same with new games on PS4 pro still be playable on the OG machines.
The PS4 Pro can output 4K and HDR video and is powered by an upgraded GPU. The clock rate for the system is also boosted for PS4 Pro. Set to come with a 1TB hard drive.
“PS4 Pro is not intended to blur the line between console generations, Instead, the vision is to take the PS4 experience to extraordinary new levels.” – Mark Cerny.
watch Marky Cerny talk about new console
Guerilla Game’s Horizon running on the PS4 Pro at 4k
PS4 Pro will use super sampling for those who do not have 4k tv’s pic.twitter.com/zPLr5YChn8
— Sarobi (@Sarobi) September 7, 2016
Check out the Supersampling that PS4 Pro does for Paragon. Older games will also have a PS4 pro mode should developers implement them resulting in better graphics and/or framerates.
Sony also announced a new PS4 slim.