How to create an interactive game with PlayStation 4 Pro
The PS4 Pro is an evolution of the console’s predecessor, the PS4 Slim.
The PSN version of the PS Vita Pro, the Vita Mini, is based on that platform and also includes support for a DualShock 4 controller.
There are some notable differences to be made in the PlayStation Plus game suite, including the removal of some of the PlayStation 4’s features like a virtual keyboard and the addition of new online features like GameDVR.
But we won’t go into those details in detail here.
The only difference that matters is that now the PS 4 Pro has the same number of cores and graphics as the PS Plus model.
It also supports 8K and 1080p video playback, plus a wide range of other streaming and networking technologies.
PS4 users have been able to upgrade their hardware to the PS5 Pro, which is expected to launch in June for $500.
The Pro version of PS5 has more of the same, including a much higher memory bandwidth and improved battery life.
But the Pro version also supports 1080p and 12.9-megapixel video capture and a dual-core CPU, making it better for gaming.
The difference in specs isn’t too drastic.
The Sony PS5 is powered by a quad-core Intel Core i7-8700HQ processor and a 16GB DDR4 RAM, while the PS Pro model has a quad core Intel Core M3-5Y60 processor and 8GB RAM.
Both models are clocked at 3.8GHz and have 8GB of RAM, and the Pro model also supports 4K video at 60 frames per second.
Both versions come with a microSD slot, a built-in Blu-ray drive, HDMI, a microUSB-C port, and dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi.