Sunday, September 18, 2016

Sony launches two new models of the Playstation 4 with an upscale – Le Parisien

S ony presented Wednesday in New York two new models of its Playstation 4 (PS4) with a top model suitable for ultra high definition television (4K) in hoping to maintain its lead over Microsoft and its Xbox.
Named “Pro PS4″, announced the first declension is more efficient with better graphics because it is suitable for screens of ultra-high-definition television. The memory has been boosted to provide greater bandwidth, which aims to allow developers to offer more powerful games.
Upscale version of the PS4, it will ship the virtual reality helmet and PlayStation VR will offer the same online services that classical PS4 whose streaming service recently launched by Sony.
the second model is more compact, thinner and less power hungry, the PS4 Slim. It will be launched on September 15 at a price of 299 euros, while the PS4 Pro will be sold from 10 November and costs 399 euros. The classic PS4 is currently sold at 350 euros
With these two new models, Sony hopes to achieve two goals. Broaden its audience (PS4 Slim) while retaining the hardcore players (PS4 pro)
group. Japan has stressed Wednesday that he was going to perform a system update for all existing PS4. in order to reassure the “fans” of the PlayStation 4, Sony invited the popular video game publishers to share playing with him.
Activision has ensured that the game “Call of Duty Warfare Infinite”, due on 4 November will be exploitable on PS4 Pro at launch.
Ditto for Electronic Arts who presented the first images of the highly anticipated Pro PS4 game “Mass Effect: Andromeda.” whose release date is still secret
This demonstration is a response to Microsoft who presented last June an updated version of its Xbox one the Xbox one S, and an ambitious future console dubbed “project Scorpio”.
Since its launch in 2013, the PS4 has sold over 40 million units worldwide, according to Sony before Microsoft (20 million Xbox One) and Nintendo (13 million Wii U). This leadership in the console war has boosted the share of games in the profits of Sony: they represent nearly a quarter of the profits


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