Sony finally gave PS4 Pro (opens in new tab) (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.
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PS4 Neo became PS4 Pro
The higher-end console will shine on 4K TVs, but it also adds HDR support and enhanced graphical quality for HDTVs (opens in new tab). It's coming on November 10 and will cost $399 / £349.
PS4 Slim got a price and a release date
PS4 Slim will be released (opens in new tab) on September 15 in most regions and cost $299 / £259 (if you haven't already bought one).
All PS4s will get HDR support via an update
With a free PS4 HDR update (opens in new tab) coming, all you need is an HDR-compatible display.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare got some 4K gameplay
Mass Effect Andromeda's gameplay was finally revealed
"Older" games like Uncharted 4 got a graphical boost
Sony says it already has plans to update a half-dozen currently released games to make use of PS4 Pro's new hardware.
His mic wasn't on
"HIS MIC'S NOT ON....... HIS MIC'S NOT ON" #PlayStationMeeting pic.twitter.com/CoRgAMYxIDSeptember 7, 2016
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