Sony’s PS4 Pro will no longer be sold by the company’s PlayStation Direct store, prompting speculation that the 2016 mid-cycle system may be discontinued outright.
The US-based store currently lists both the PS4 Pro and PS4 as out of stock, and it looks like the former won’t be sold at any point down the line. A message reads: “There are currently no plans to restock this item in the future.”
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Right now Sony Interactive Entertainment hasn’t said anything about discontinuing the PS4 family of consoles, and seeing as how it’s said that the console will be supported for another 3-4 years, it’s unlikely to do so yet.
The PS4 Pro launched back in November 2016 as mid-cycle refresh, similar to what Microsoft would do with the Xbox One X a year later. The system is more powerful than the base PS4, and features the ability to play games in 4K resolution and experience faster load times among other features.
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