If you pre-ordered a special edition Kingdom Hearts 3 PlayStation 4 Pro from GameStop, you might want to check your email. The retailer has canceled an undisclosed number of pre-orders for this variant of the console for the simple reason that it sold more units that it actually had lined up.
Sony’s PS4 Pro was clearly designed for the gamer with a 4K TV in mind, but what about those who don’t own a 4K TV yet? Obviously this means that they won’t be able to fully take advantage of what the PS4 Pro has to offer, although the good news is that it looks like Sony is doing something to address that.
As you’re probably aware by now, Star Wars: Battlefront 2 has been released and is available pretty much across all possible platforms, save for the Nintendo Switch and Mac computers, but otherwise if you’re a PS4 or Xbox or a PC gamer, you will be able to get your hands on the game, if you haven’t already.
The recently-released Microsoft Xbox One X represents a refresh in the current console lineup, and is essentially Microsoft’s answer to the Sony PS4 Pro. However the console is also more expensive than the PS4 Pro or any other console that’s available on the market right now, so the question is, is it worth it?
While the PS4 and Xbox One were powerful in their own right, given that these days we’re starting to see our media content moving towards 4K, it makes sense that gaming will also make that jump as well. This is why Sony and Microsoft have since launched the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X respectively.
A couple of days ago, Konami tweeted that the Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain PS4 Pro patch would be released on the 31st of October, and sure enough if you do own the PS4 Pro and would like the game to be able to take full advantage of your console’s hardware, you’ll be pleased to learn that the update is now live.
Sony’s PS4 Pro represents the company’s attempt at an upgrade over the current PS4 console. It is supposed to be more powerful than its predecessor, which means that it should be able to run games at a higher quality than before. For gamers looking to take advantage of this, Konami has recently announced a release date for the PS4 Pro for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.
Heads up gamers, it seems that Sony has recently issued a hardware update to its PS4 Pro console. This was initially discovered by Japanese website 4Gamer (via DualShockers) who found that in Japan, the PS4 Pro’s model had been changed from CUH-7000 to CUH-7100, indicating that the models are different.
Sony’s PS4 Pro was only recently launched, but it seems that the talk about the PlayStation 5 has already begun. Speaking to GamingBolt, analyst Michael Pachter has suggested that the PS5 could be launched as soon as 2019, and that the console will be a “half step” upgrade, similar to how the PS4 Pro was considered a “half step” over the PS4.
If you’re still on the fence regarding whether or not you should purchase the PS4 Pro, perhaps the latest bundle could change your mind. Sony has recently announced a new PS4 Pro bundle in white where it will come with the console (obviously) along with a copy of the upcoming Destiny 2 by Bungie.
Earlier this week when Bungie announced that Destiny 2 would be arriving for the PC, they also revealed that that there would be an advantage to playing the game on the PC, which is that if you have necessary hardware, you’ll be able to run the game at a smooth 60fps, if not even higher.
Sony has confirmed that it’s going to release the next major update for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro tomorrow. The PS4 system software version 4.50 is going to be out in less than 24 hours. It brings several new features for the console including but not limited to Boost Mode for the PlayStation 4 Pro as well as voice chat for Remote Play.
It was previously confirmed that Final Fantasy XV PS4 Pro patch would be released in the coming weeks. This will enable the game to take full advantage of the enhanced performance offered by the most powerful console that Sony has ever developed. Those who own this title on PlayStation 4 Pro will be delighted to find out today that the much-awaited PS4 Pro patch has now been released. Final Fantasy […]
Rocket League developer Psyonix has officially confirmed today that the title will soon receive PlayStation 4 Pro support. It’s going to release an update in the near future which is going to make the game take full advantage of the greater performance offered by the most powerful PlayStation console that Sony has ever created. The update is going to arrive on the same day that the Rocket League Hot Wheels […]