Sony’s next gaming console dubbed the PlayStation 4 Pro will be available for purchase beginning November 10. In case you hadn’t noticed, this is just a month away from now.
With the launch date drawing even closer with each passing day, the rumor mills are flooding with speculations and leaks at an alarming speed. Apparently, the PlayStation 4 Pro will be available for a price of $400, meaning Sony’s target is mainly the high-end market. But do you really need the new gaming console?
Here’re 4 reasons why you should get the new PlayStation 4 Pro once it is unveiled next month.
You already own a 4K TV
If you already own a 4K TV, you really need to consider buying the new PlayStation 4 Pro. The console promises to deliver great gaming experiences in crystal sharp 4K resolutions and for sure you will notice a huge change in the quality of images. However, if you don’t have a 4K TV, you may be forced to shell out another $1000+ to get a quality product, excluding the $400 for the console.
You don’t have a PlayStation 4 yet
Sony has sold more than 40 million copies of the PlayStation 4, however, there are still millions of people out there who have yet to lay their hands on this console. If you are one of them, the PlayStation 4 Pro is a better place to start from. In addition, those of you looking to upgrade from the likes of PS3 can also look at the November 10 release as a solid option.
VR is your thing
Virtual Reality (VR) is still very new, but many have been looking forward to when it will finally reach their entertainment houses. Well, with the PlayStation 4 Pro, the emphasis is on VR. There is no mention of whether the console will come with improvements in the quality of gaming, however, the VR experience on offer would be a welcome idea for many. So, if you enjoy VR gaming, you should set a date with the upcoming PS4 Pro.
PlayStation 4 Pro is future-proof
If you are in the market for a gaming console that will keep you busy for the next few years, PlayStation 4 Pro is a good option. With support for VR and 4K content, this console is indeed future-proof. Even if you don’t own a 4K TV at the moment, chances are that you may end up with one in the near future. 4K TVs are becoming a common thing day and night, similar to how smartphones took the podium a few years ago.