Sony has just pulled sheet off the PlayStation 4 Slim and Pro. While the console was being called the “Neo” until yesterday, the console is being called the PlayStation 4 Pro.
According to PlayStation, the new PlayStation 4 Pro brings amazing features to the table bringing HDR, 4K gaming, more than 2X power boost compared to the original PlayStation 4 which was launched back in late 2013. Alongside the performance and graphics improvements, the new console is much more thicker than previous consoles. Although, Sony didn’t play with the TFLOPs game like Microsoft did with the Scorpio, their claim of 2.5x extra GPU power based on AMD’s Polaris GPU just makes the rumors seems to be true.
As always, Sony also released their reveal trailer recently which shows off the PlayStation 4 Pro in all its glory.
Amazingly enough, the PlayStation 4 Pro will retail for a price tag of $399 with a 1TB HDD allowing gamers to have an extra option to choose from. To get your hands on the PS4 Pro, you’ll have to keep your wallet shut until the 10th of November.
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