If you count the days to get the PS4 Slim or the PS4 Pro , it has just been known when the release date of the new Sony console will be and also the price of these two new versions thanks to Fnac.
The PS4 will be released on September 16 in its 500 gig version. While if we want to get the 1 TB we will have to wait a few more days, until next September 28 we will not be able to get hold of it. The price starts from 300 euros .
As for the PS4 Pro , there is only one version available in terms of storage , that of a tera. The departure date will be next November, specifically on the 10th . As for the starting price, it is estimated at about 400 euros .
In addition, from the Fnac they announce some PS4 packs with the option to choose between 500GB or 1TB that go from 300 euros with a gift game.
As a curiosity, we remind you that the games are valid for any of the console models . That is, it does not matter if you have the Slim version or the Pro version, all the catalog that Sony has available will work exactly the same.
What is the difference between the PS4 Slim and the PS4 Pro?
Sony has decided to bet on two models of its popular PS4 , a slightly more modern version than the one we could buy until a few days ago, but a Pro version that comes with support for 4K resolution and also with native HDR.
The PlayStation Slim has had an interesting redesign, that is, they have stylized it and made it much more compact. And also, the improvement has been in its energy efficiency. It does not have HDR natively, but it does have that simulated technology thanks to its HDMI 2.0 connector. Heeding official Sony data, this new PS4 is 30% smaller and 16% lighter than the original.
There are no changes in terms of hardware compared to the previous version, but there is the compatibility that we mentioned before with HDR. The DualShock 4 wireless controller has undergone a small redesign , which will come with a more visible and colorful light bar.
As for the PlayStation Pro , it is the model that has changed the most. It comes with 4K support and the native HDR format . In addition, they ensure that it will have a stable 60 fps rate on a Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. In fact, it has the same CPU as the original but overclocking it.
As for 4K, it won't be natively. That is to say, the Sony console will make a rescaling with what all the games will be able to have the same resolution, being the console itself the one that does to adapt them to the televisions that will arrive with 4K.
So now the developers will have to deal with how to prepare the new games with a possible rescaling. Something that does not seem to worry EA or Activision a bit, as they already demonstrated in the presentation.
If we stop with the design , they have hardly made any changes. They have added a kind of "third floor" in the upper part, keeping the blue led and reader in the lower area. What is not yet known is whether it will serve as a 4K UHD Blu-Ray player.