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PS4 Neo Officially Revealed as PS4 Pro

News Bot Sep 7, 2016

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    News Bot Chaos Immortal

    As expected, Sony today unveiled its new, more powerful PlayStation console, which is called PlayStation 4 Pro. The console will compliment the standard PS4 and is said the name is designed to show that it is part at the current version of the console.
    During the PlayStation Meeting event Andrew House discussed Sony's decision to pursue 4K and HDR, which "are natural" path of progression for visual for gamers, before introducing lead architect Mark Cerny, who discussed how the Pro.
    "The vision is to take the PS4 experience to extraordinary new levels. Our goal is to deliver high-fidelity graphical experiences."
    Doubled GPU and adapted technology for the AMD Polaris technology, which allows them to reach resolutions not thought possible on consoles. The CPU clockspeed has also been boosed.
    Existing games will continue to work with the PS4 Pro, which will have a 1TB hard drive. It is optimised for 4K and HDTVs.
    Sony first announced the new system in June. Days before E3, Sony confirmed it was in the works but declined to share anything more than broad, high-level comments regarding it. It said at the time it would be a more powerful system with 4K support that plays the same games as the existing PS4. It also claimed it would continue to be sold alongside the standard PS4, serving as a complement to that console. Shortly thereafter, Microsoft revealed the Xbox One S and Project Scorpio at E3. Sony has largely been silent on the subject of its new console since its announcement.


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