Sony announce their new PS4 Pro and PS4 Slim consoles

Sony announce their new PS4 Pro and PS4 Slim consoles

Sony announced the PlayStation Pro and PS4 Slim

Sony announced the PlayStation Pro and PS4 Slim


Sony announced their new 4K HDR supporting PlayStation 4 Pro console as well as their new PS4 Slim console. 

The PS4 Pro will support 4K streaming and 1080p 60FPS gameplay, including a new AMD GPU based on Polaris tech as well as a stronger CPU. Right now Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Mass Effect Andromeda and several other new titles have been confirmed to support the PS4 Pro with more advanced graphics. 

All PS4 games will work on both the original PS4 and PS4 Pro, with games that support the PlayStation Pro's advanced hardware supporting higher resolutions and framerates as well as increased graphical fidelity. 

  Sony announced the PlayStation Pro and PS4 Slim  

Sony has also announced that Sony will be introducing HDR support with a new PS4 update which will be coming to all PS4 consoles, even the original 2013 launch PS4. 

The PS4 Slim will cost $299 and will release on September 15th and the Sony PS4 Pro will release on November 10th at the price of $399. 


You can join the discussion on the PlayStation 4 Pro on the OC3D Forums


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07-09-2016, 16:27:37

Any spec's released?
Also wonder if someone upgraded from the original PS4 and they sign in on a new Pro, how game transfer will work because as it is, it can sometimes claim your game is not legal and locks it. They would need to be more clear and concise about how it works between the same user and a new PS consoleQuote

07-09-2016, 16:28:24

so compared to the Xbox one s whos made the bigger "upgrades" to the hardware from this it seams the PS4 pro may actually have a noticeable performance increaseQuote

07-09-2016, 16:44:25

This is getting as bad as the Nintendo DS and its hundreds of iterations.Quote

07-09-2016, 16:55:59

There's only two different iterations?Quote

07-09-2016, 17:07:30

Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
There's only two different iterations?
Always thought there were 4 DS variants.. DS, DS Lite, DSi & DSi XL, pretty much like the Gameboy.Quote

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