By Bryan Smith on September 7, 2016 at 7:22pm
At the PlayStation Meeting up in New York, Sony revealed the PlayStation 4 Pro, previously heavily rumored as the PlayStation Neo.
In addition to the PS4 Pro, there will be a PlayStation 4 Slim, which will cost $299.99 and be slimmer and lighter in design. It'll release on September 15, 2016.
The PlayStation 4 Pro is set to release one November 10, 2016 priced at $399.99. It'll support 4K resolution and High Dynamic Range (HDR) with its new technology, with better graphics and details being the goal. Sony has stated that developers are adding n patches and building support for upcoming games that will take advantage of the Pro's new power, such as "Uncharted 4," "Mass Effect: Andromeda," "Horizon: Zero Dawn," and "Days Gone."
If you don't have a TV that has 4K or HDR, the PS4 Pro will have all of its games run at 1080p and have a higher or more stable framerate. Sony made it clear that all PS4 games can be run on any PS4 system, whether it's the original, the Slim, or the Pro.