PlayStation 4 Pro

The PlayStation 4 Pro is the best version of the most popular game platform available today. With 4K, HDR 10 compatibility, and the PlayStation 4’s exclusive game library, it is currently the best plug-and-play gaming platform.

A large majority of games are available on both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Though both platforms have popular exclusive franchises, the PlayStation 4 (Pro or standard) sees more exclusive games each year. The PS4 also has access to a small number of less well-known indie games and beloved niche titles, such as Japanese role-playing games like Persona 5 and Final Fantasy XIV, that the Xbox One doesn’t have.


The PS4 has the best games, and the PS4 Pro, in particular, makes them look as stunning as possible. The Xbox One X is technically more powerful — but it lacks the must-have exclusives that make a purchase worth it. Honestly, there’s just not as much unique content to play on the competitor.

This is especially true in 2020, with PS4 getting major generation-defining exclusives like Persona 5 RoyalFinal Fantasy 7 RemakeGhost of Tsushima, and The Last of Us Part II, even if the latter was delayed.

Picking up a PlayStation 4 also opens the door for a PlayStation VR, which, as we’ve noted before, is the most affordable premium VR headset available. Microsoft, meanwhile, has confirmed that VR support will not come to the Xbox One X, nor will it likely come to the next-generation Xbox Series X. On the other hand, PlayStation VR will still be supported on the PS5, as will a growing selection of PS4 games. This means titles purchased for the PS4 likely won’t have to go in storage after the PS5 launches, even if you trade your old console in.

While some people can’t take advantage of the PlayStation 4 Pro’s advanced features, namely HDR support, the improvements it provides to even un-optimized games make it the most technically impressive way to play the largest number of games on a console. Most major games offer some form of support for the system, whether it be improved frame rate, 4K resolution, HDR support, or all three.


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