Sony’s newest console, the Playstation 4 Pro, is now available in Australia. The popular console from Sony was launched on Nov. 10.
The PlayStation 4 Pro can now be bought at a few different electronics stores in Australia, Gizmodo reported. This console is capable of 4K, HDR, and even Virtual Reality.
Currently, Sony’s official partners, JB Hi-Fi and EB Games, are the ones are selling the consoles. The PS4 Pro is priced at $559. This is more expensive as compared to its cost when sold in the United States. However, other factors like shipping, currency conversion and taxes might make the difference lesser than expected.
For those who are looking for the best deals, Kotaku said for those who plan to get PlayStation 4 Pro, there is a chance that they would get “Skyrim: Special Edition,” “Rise of the Tomb Raider,” “Watch Dogs 2,” or “Dishonored 2” for only $39. EB Games will also discount the aforementioned copies to $39, according to OZ Bargain.
Aside from the mentioned games, Playstation Blog revealed the full list of the PS4 Pro supported games. They include “Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare”, “FIFA 17”, “Dishonored 2”, “Battlefield 1”, “Rise of the Tomb Raider”, “Skyrim: Special Edition”, “Black Ops 3” and “Watch Dogs 2”.
The PlayStation 4 Pro, or the PS4 Pro, has minor hardware upgrades from its predecessor, the PlayStation 4. This console can’t be considered a step-up console, but only as a slightly more powerful version. The upgrades include a faster CPU clock speed and a GPU that’s twice as powerful as the PlayStation 4. This makes the PlayStation 4 Pro capable of delivering 4K video and better virtual reality graphics.
While the PS4 Pro supports 4K display for games, its optical drive does not support 4K Blu-Ray discs. Users can, however, stream 4K videos instead.