The PS5 has been one of the most highly anticipated gaming consoles in recent memory, and people have been waiting to buy it since it was first announced. After months of rumors and speculation, Sony finally released the PS5 this past fall, giving gamers their first real look at the upcoming console. Let’s take a closer look at the console in our PS5 review and see if it’s worth your hard-earned cash!
The PS4 Pro vs. the PS5
Most PS4 Pro owners will never need to upgrade. If you’re thinking about upgrading, here’s what to consider first. Short Answer: The PS4 Pro is a fantastic system that plays games exceptionally well and provides a wealth of options for customizing your home-entertainment setup, but it likely isn’t worth an upgrade if you already own a PS4. Long Answer: Sony updated its slimmed-down PlayStation 4 with faster graphics processing, giving gamers more power to play on bigger screens, in higher resolutions and smoother frame rates than before—without having to buy new TVs or other hardware. In other words, it’s everything you love about your PlayStation 4—only better. But should you upgrade from your original PS4 to a PS4 Pro? And if so, how much does it cost? Is there any reason not to just wait until next year for Sony’s true next-generation console, currently codenamed Neo, which may be called either PlayStation 5 or PlayStation 4K? We answer all those questions below.
Pros & Cons
The PlayStation 5 is here, but don’t start saving up just yet—it’s not out until December. To get you excited for what’s to come and whether or not it’s worth buying, let’s dive into a PS5 review. Sony hasn’t announced many details about its upcoming console so far, but it looks like there will be some pretty notable pros to owning one.
We don’t know if you should buy it yet, but we’ll tell you what to expect and when to expect it. Keep in mind that Sony hasn’t even confirmed its existence, let alone given a release date or price, so all of our information comes from unofficial sources. But there are a few hints about what we can expect from Sony’s new PlayStation console. For example, developers have confirmed that it will be more powerful than previous models and even rival high-end PCs at launch. We also know that it’s going to support 4K gaming and VR gaming (though we don’t know which headset will work with it). We’ve got some other details as well in our review below.
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If you’re a gamer, then chances are you’ve heard of Sony. The company has been making PlayStation consoles since 1994 and is famous for its lush worlds, immersive graphics, rich characters, and quirky sense of humor. The newest version of their flagship console, PlayStation 5 (PS5), was just released in 2019. If you have considered buying it (and have a few hundred dollars to spend), it’s likely because you want to know if it can offer an experience that’s worth three times more than your previous console. To help answer that question, let’s review some PS5 specs