PS4 Pro is a huge deal for gamers and devs
With PlayStation 4 Pro, the system can now handle 4K and HDR video playback, allowing developers to push new games at a new, higher fidelity.
PS4 Pros have a higher resolution and higher frame rate than PS4s of the past, which allowed them to run on older hardware.
And with the addition of HDR support, the new console can now play HDR content at an even higher resolution.
This makes it much easier for gamers to see how they look in a 4K environment, with a more immersive experience.
It’s something we can’t wait to see, especially with the upcoming launch of Star Wars Battlefront II.
But in the long run, we think it’s great for gaming and gaming-related content.
With HDR support comes even more high-fidelity video, making it easier to see what’s happening in your game.
But the new PS4 pro also supports a bunch of other new games, including Rise of the Tomb Raider, Battlefield 1, Horizon: Zero Dawn, Assassin’s Creed Unity, Destiny 2, and FIFA 17.
Sony also announced that it’s launching a new streaming service, Sony Movies, on the PS4 and on PS4 TV.
With the new streaming options, you can watch PS4 movies and TV shows on the new TV and on the connected PS4 SmartGlass.
There are other new streaming services, too, like Amazon Prime Video, Hulu Plus, and Netflix.
You can find out more about how the new consoles are doing in our hands-on with the new systems.
And don’t forget the console, too.
Sony said it’s working on a PlayStation TV bundle, which we can expect to release sometime in the first half of 2019.
You’ll also be able to buy a PS4 with the PlayStation 4 Slim at launch, which is a lot cheaper than a PS 4 Pro.
But remember that Sony is also rolling out the PS Vita and PS Vita Slim to developers later this year.
With all that said, the console is also starting to get ready to go on sale in the United States, and we’ll have an in-depth look at that at a later date.
Check out what Sony is announcing for the next generation of consoles when it debuts in the coming months.
The PlayStation 4 is available for pre-order now, but you can get it for $299 with the standard DualShock 4 controller, $399 with DualShock 5, and $599 with Dualshock 6.