All the News From PlayStation Meeting Event in New York
PS4 Pro, PS4 Slim, new controller design, and more.
The PlayStation Meeting took place in New York earlier today, featuring the reveal of two new PlayStation 4 consoles. There was a lot of new information about the consoles revealed, so we've rounded up all the news in one place for your convenience.
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Didn't get to watch the event's live stream? You can watch the video replay or read our updated liveblog to get more details on the reveal as it happened. Otherwise, check out all our stories in the list below.
Formerly codenamed PlayStation Neo, Sony has finally revealed the PlayStation 4 Pro. Get all the details including launch date, regional pricing, technical specifications.
In a move that has likely surprised few, Sony also officially unveiled the PlayStation 4 Slim. Check out the consoles specs, pricing, and release date in the full story.
Sony revealed a tweaked design for the new PlayStation 4 controller, a redesigned camera, and a slick new wireless headset. See all the pictures inside.
Following Sony' s reveal of the new PS4 consoles, select retailers are now taking preorders of the console.
The new souped-up PlayStation 4 Pro will support 4K media and streaming, but won't be able to play Ultra HD Movies.
GameSpot was present at the PlayStation Meeting in New York, and we snapped a bunch of photos of the new consoles that were displayed. Check out the full gallery for more close-ups of the new PS4s in action.
Sony has announced plans to bring high dynamic range support to all existing PS4 consoles. This includes the standard model.
Since the reveal of the PlayStation 4 Pro, many questions about the specifics of the console's performance have been put forward. PlayStation 4 lead system architect Mark Cerny will be conducting a presentation with more details soon.
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