Sony chief Andrew House has announced PS4 Pro during the company’s PlayStation Meeting in New York City. Say goodbye to the PS4 Neo folks, Sony’s new PS4 has an official name at long last, and it will support 4K and HDR video.
PS4 Pro specs include enhanced CPU clock rate and meaty hard drive
The goal with the new system is to deliver high fidelity graphical experiences, with the console supporting 4K display. The clock rate of the CPU has been upgrade too, ensuring that games run at a silky-smooth frame rate for games.It also has a USB port on the back, presumably for the PlayStation Camera for PSVR.
PlayStation 4 Pro upgrades
In addition to various hardware upgrades, the PS4 Pro is also equipped with a 1TB hard drive to ensure players are capable of storing as many titles as possible on the new console. Sony says that the console is poised to transform gaming.
Sony provided videos of various PS4 titles in action running on the PlayStation 4 Pro, including Rise of the Tomb Raider, Spider-Man, Watch Dogs 2, and For Honor.
Sony is calling for publishers to support PS4 by providing 4K and HDR on every title, which will begin with the new Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare: Remastered, as well as Black Ops 3, with a day one title update.