The thing is the GPU is not that powerfull to run everything on 4K and keep the 30FPS, so if that can happend they will just run the game on 2K and upscale it to 4K to manage to hit the 30FPS what is ridiculous... I rather use the system on 1080p with 60 FPS and max/ultra graphics rather than 4K with about 20 FPS and medium graphics setting because they will defenetly need to lower something to make this happend... But if you have a 4K display it will defenetly look better on it than the regular PS4 and there are some cofirmed titles what gonna run a native 4K resolution just I'm not sure how they gonna manage the framerate... Also I don't really like the design, the original one is better, this looks like two PS4 Slim just stuck together... LOL
You already have a PS4, getting a new one would be a waste of money. Wait until it's cheaper at least.
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Yea I know about the design, but specs are powerful and only I would love to play on 60fps with 1080 which's good enough
4K at 60fps gaming is fucking expensive, there's no way that you're gonna play GTAV at that framerate. Only videos are gonna run at 4K. Games might not even run at stable 60fps with 1080p. Why would you buy it though? You already have a powerful enough PC. If you like the exclusive games to PS4 (which you already have), that's your decision if 400 bucks is worth it for that.
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From what I understood it doesn't render at 4k, it renders at a lower resolution (like 1080p) and then upscales it to 4k. This does not impact the performance a lot. It does look better than normal 1080p, but it's not even close to real 4k. i'm not entirely sure though if this is what the PS4 Pro does, but I think he does.
On PC there is a similair function, but reversed. You can render at for example 4k and then downscale it to say 1080p. It looks better than normal 1080p, but definetly not 4k.
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4K gaming is rising but I don't think it will be that revolutionary until the hardware that releases is able to properly run it. Until 4K 60fps becomes a thing, there's no point upgrading. 1080p is definitely sufficient and the best balance between quality and stability. A huge minority of people have 4K displays, so if you intend on getting a PS4 Pro just for the 4K videos, it's a huge waste of money. If your current PS4 breaks, then sure, get it. But if you're just upgrading for the fancy upscaled resolution, no point at all.
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Does anyone have any information regarding to Rockstar to support the Pro like higher resolution like 2K-3K or 60 FPS / 1080P, that would be really awesome!
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