Sony finally gave PS4 Pro (formerly PS4 Neo) a proper introduction to the world at its PlayStation Meeting in New York today. But it wasn't just product announcements. Here's all the can't-miss stuff from Sony's 45-minute-ish presentation.
The higher-end console will shine on 4K TVs, but it also adds HDR support and enhanced graphical quality for HDTVs. It's coming on November 10 and will cost $399 / £349.
PS4 Slim will be released on September 15 in most regions and cost $299 / £259 (if you haven't already bought one).
With a free PS4 HDR update coming, all you need is an HDR-compatible display.
It's coming out a week before PS4 Pro, but Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will have full support for the upgraded console when PS4 Pro arrives.
Mass Effect: Andromeda's enhanced HDR color range looks like it will be a marvelous way to see alien worlds.
Sony says it already has plans to update a half-dozen currently released games to make use of PS4 Pro's new hardware.
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