Review of ps4 pro and game

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PS4 Pro 2018 Version 4K HDR Gaming 1 TB Unboxing Review in Hindi

Hey friends, here is my latest purchased PS4 Pro 2018 version. I am providing a short overview and unboxing of PS4 Pro. If you like this video, then surely subscribe, comment, share and like. Thanks PS4 Pro 2018 Review IT’S BEEN MORE than 2 years since Sony changed the game for consoles and decided to release a half-upgrade to its PlayStation 4. The PlayStation 4 Pro is a more powerful PS4. It plays every standard PS4 game there is, but has added horsepower to enable high-resolution 4K HDR output for high-end TVs—practically, that translates to prettier visual effects and frame rates. Before we go on, maybe I should answer the biggest question you may have. If you’re wondering whether you should own a PS4 at all, the answer is yes. Out of all the consoles this generation, including the Xbox One and Nintendo Switch, the PlayStation 4 is the one I play most. More people (70+ million) own a PS4 console than any of the others, which means more of your friends likely own it, and there are a ton of fantastic games available, many of them must-play exclusives. Now that we’ve answered that question, it's important you understand the full Pro proposition. A Small Step into the Future The Pro promises to be a guilt-free upgrade. It has a 1-terabyte hard drive (double what you'd get in the base PS4), plays every standard PS4 game, and is supposed to enhance a lot of them with higher resolutions, prettier colors, and other visual niceties. A year after release, this finally starting to come true. Games like Horizon Zero Dawn look absolutely stunning on the Pro. The world is filled with more detailed textures, better lighting, and more detail all around. The cutscenes and gameplay are so sharp on a 4K TV that they legitimately felt like a next generation title—I easily noticed how much clearer it was. Even the remake of Shadow of the Colossus looks breathtaking on the Pro despite its origins as a PS2 title. Sony has a list of other enhanced games, though the type of enhancement does vary by title. Some, like Zero Dawn are in 4K resolution (or use techniques that mimic 4K at slightly lower resolutions). Other games look better in standard HD, with smoother textures and more realistic effects—details like dripping water, enhanced lighting and shadows grabbed my attention. And frame rates, Wi-Fi speeds (thanks to greatly improved 5GHz Wi-Fi), and game loading times are improved, though not always noticeably . Still, outside of a few games, the benefits of the PS4 Pro are sometimes hard to notice. The PS4 Pro menus, for example, are pretty much identical even though they render more clearly on a 4K TV, and PlayStation VR content still looks fairly similar regardless which console you use. I wish a higher percentage of games really took advantage of the system’s added power. Theoretically, they will, given more time. Streaming video apps are also hit or miss. Netflix supports 4K on the console (though the app kept giving me a false warning saying it wouldn’t), but Amazon Prime is still stuck in HD, despite supporting 4K on other platforms like Roku. The PS4 Pro also doesn’t support 4K Blu-ray movies, which is disappointing for a supposed 4K console. Overall, the system still feels like a half-step toward a true 4K console. More of a half step than Microsoft’s Xbox One X, which can at least do things like play 4K Blu-rays. Bigger and Bulkier The build quality of the PS4 Pro is mostly what you’d expect—it’s an even thicker, taller box of black plastic than the previous PS4s. This isn’t really a problem, but I do prefer the touch buttons on my standard PS4 to the somewhat flimsy, hard-to-find power and eject buttons on the Pro. These gripes don't ruin the experience to any measurable degree, thankfully. PS4 Pro vs. PS4 Sony’s PS4 Pro is a fantastic system, like its peers. If you don’t yet own a PlayStation 4, and want to treat yourself, this is the version to buy, no matter what TV you own. Spend the extra money—it’s speedier and will render many games with more detail. In the years to come, it’s likely that standard and PSVR games will look better on Pro as developers better tap into its extra power. Credits: ps4 pro vs ps4 ps4 vs ps4 pro ps4 pro bundle ps4 pro price ps4 pro controller ps4 pro vs ps4 slim ps4 slim vs ps4 pro price of ps4 pro ps4 pro games games for ps4 pro ps4 pro deals review ps4 pro ps4 pro features

[4K] Rainbow Six Siege – PC 4K Max vs. PS4 Pro vs. Xbox One X Graphics Comparison Para Bellum

GameStar PCs | Gaming PCs & Notebooks: Captured with Elgato Game Capture 4K60 Pro: Rainbow Six Siege got updated with Operation Para Bellum. It also got a PS4 Pro and Xbox One X update earlier. Time to take a closer look at Rainbow Six Siege again. This video compares the graphics of PC, PS4 and PS4 Pro. The patch for PS4 Pro and Xbox One X was made with the highest caution, to keep 60 fps at any time. The PC version runs with native 2160p resolution and bumped up graphics which puts my GTX 1080 Ti to a limit. It definitely drops below 60 fps, but for a visual comparison, this is not so important. Remember: this is only about how CLOSE the consoles can get to the maximum possible for this game. I also used the Ultra HD Texture Pack for Rainbow Six Siege. --------------------------- Wir vergleichen die Grafik von Rainbow Six Siege im Zuge der Operation Para Bellum auf PC, PS4 und PS4 Pro. Candyland on Facebook: Candyland on Twitter: Music: Zombie Raiders - Wave Saver System used in this video: GameStar-PC Ultra ------------------------------------ Hier kaufen: Intel Core i7 6700K 4.00 GHz 16 GB DDR4 RAM Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti ASUS ROG Strix OC MSI Z170A PC Mate Mainboard Windows 10 Pro 64bit

Building the Ultimate PS4

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Video game maps size comparison

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The Crew 2 PS4 Pro vs Xbox One X Graphics Comparison

The Crew 2 will be released tomorrow but thanks to Ubisoft Polska I could already put my hands on final version of the game. So without further ado let's compare final graphics captured on PS4 Pro and Xbox One X at 1080p output. Which ode do you like better? Music: Sky View Well by South London HiFi

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