PlayStation 4 Pro Release Date, Latest News & Update: Now Available in North America

By Kevin Panganiban , Updated Nov 17, 2016 03:52 AM EST
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PlayStation 4 Pro will now be available across North America, and around the world.  This is great news especially for those who are looking for great 4K visuals, or a console that has a boosted processing power.

There is already quite an interesting lineup of games that are made to support PS Pro and that includes some of the fan-favorites like "Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, Paragon, The Last of Us Remastered, and Firewatch". In fact, all first- party titles that will be launched in our after 2017 will be made to support dynamic 4K gaming, Coolest Gadget reported.

According to Gamershell, even the Netflix app on PS4 Pro has been upgraded to support 4K game content. Even Hulu also upgraded their system for PS4 Pro, making sure that the players will have quality video survives once it's released. Gamers who already has the standard PS4 wouldn't need to worry about their device as all games and gameplay features can be accessed on both the standard PS4 and the PS4 Pro.

Game Spot reports that the PS4 Pro will have the capacity to meet a much-heightened gaming experience, not to mention an even better quality graphics on your game. The PS4 Pro is made to have a powerful CPU and GPU so that the game developers can create high-quality games that output a much more dynamic 4K quality graphics with perfect visual precision.

You just have to make sure that your TV is 4K compatible to fully enjoy the console. You may still use a Full HD screen display but you wouldn't get the exact graphics output that the PS4 Pro justifies. But thankfully, the support for the user interface of PS4 Pro is the same as the PS4, which will somehow provide you with an access to a PlayStation online community. The suggested retail price for a PS4 Pro will be $399 and CAD $499, depending on the status of the PS4.

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