Sony has unveiled the PlayStation 4 Pro, its ultra-high-definition gaming console.
The PlayStation 4 Pro is not intended to blur lines between console generations, but sit alongside a regular PS4.
Existing games will work on the PS4 Pro, and Sony said it is working on ways to transfer data between the PS4 and the PS4 Pro.
“The same discs and downloads will work on both the standard model and the PS4 Pro,” said Sony.
The PS4 Pro will include a 1TB hard drive, and Sony said it more than doubled the power of the GPU – taking advantage of AMD Polaris architecture.
In addition to high dynamic range and 4K gaming, Sony said it will be the number one provider of UHD and HDR content at launch.
The PS4 Pro will launch on 10 November at a price of $399.
Every PS4 will be HDR capable
In addition to the PS4 Pro, Sony also announced that a firmware upgrade will bring HDR capability to existing PS4 consoles.
“Every PS4, back to the original content, will be HDR capable via a firmware update next week.”