Overwatch on Xbox Scorpio and PS4 Pro: Blizzard ‘super eager to support’

With the unveiling of Project Scorpio’s specs overnight, the gaming world is preparing to move into the 4K era. One of the world’s most popular games could lead the way.

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PS4 Pro vs Xbox Project Scorpio: Comparing the specs

Sony and Microsoft have changed the console industry, perhaps irreversibly. The PS4 Pro and Xbox Scorpio represent a fascinating shift in hardware strategy for the companies.

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PS4 Pro Boost Mode aims to improve performance for older games

If you were debating whether or not to invest in a PS4 Pro, this may very well push you over the edge.

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The Xbox One is blossoming, but is it time for Sony to panic?

With the release of the PS4 Pro and PlayStation VR, Sony could very well sell as many units leading into the busy Christmas period as Microsoft did Xbox One consoles in the past four months. Doubtful, but possible. The challenge, however, is that for as appealing and impressive as the PS4 Pro supposedly is, it’s still competing against an Xbox One console that is only now starting to blossom, entering into its fourth year on the market.

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PS4 Pro Australian details: Everything you need to know about the specs and games

The PlayStation 4 Neo is now the PlayStation 4 Pro. Sony’s much-hyped “upgraded” PS4 has finally been revealed at an event overnight, and it’s coming a lot sooner than any of us expected.

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The Last of Us Remastered PS4 Pro update adds HDR support

Critically acclaimed PlayStation exclusive The Last Of Us is getting a PS4 Pro update ahead of the console’s launch next week.

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COMMUNITY POST: PlayStation 5 in 2018? Sure, why not!

The technology and length of the generation suggests the PS5 in 2018 isn’t all that bad an idea.

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PlayStation 5 could be closer than you think: Analyst predicts 2018 release

Macquarie Group analyst Damian Thong, who recently predicted both the PS4 Pro and PS4 Slim, says Sony will release the PS4’s predecessor in 2018. That would put the console cycle for PlayStation at five years, which isn’t short, but isn’t particularly long, either, especially when compared to the seven-year different between the PS3 and PS4.

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