The console gaming landscape is changing. Where the typical life cycle of a game console used to be four to five years, Microsoft and Sony are now releasing incremental upgrades of their current generation consoles rather than full scale revisions. If you’re after a game console right now, you’ve got more choices than ever. There is of course Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One – and now there is also the PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One S, both being supercharged versions of their predecessors with 4K and HDR capability.
The PlayStation 4 Pro is without a doubt, the most powerful console in the world right now. Besides supporting native 4K and HDR that the original console could not, the PS4 Pro also brings along other tangible benefits such as improved framerates and visual improvements even for older PS4 games. It’s also worth knowing that many renowned third-party developers such as Bioware (Mass Effect: Andromeda) and Kojima Production (Death Stranding) will be creating games that are best experienced on the PS4 Pro.