PC gaming is getting better and better, but the PS4 is also catching up.
That’s thanks to the new Xbox One X, which is faster, more powerful and capable of delivering some amazing games.
It’s been a while since the PS3 was in the spotlight and its the one console that’s catching up, but it’s still only been a couple of months since Sony first announced its new console.
So, what’s in store for PS4?
The first big announcement was the unveiling of the PS 4 Pro at a press conference last month, and that’s when we started to get a better idea of what to expect from the console.
And, as you might have guessed, the PSX-like machine has arrived.
As with the PS2 Pro, it has an OLED display, which means that there’s more room to move your head around and make your games look great.
The OLED display will let you see more than just text at the top of your screen, as well as more detail in the image than with any previous console.
In fact, the OLED panel in the PS1 Pro looked like this: The PS4 will also offer HDR support, which lets you use any of its HDR images.
The PS4 also offers a new “Play Mode” feature that lets you change the resolution and aspect ratio of the image so that it’s better suited to your playing style.
It’ll look a bit like this on the PS Pro: That’s just the resolution of the game.
The PS3’s Play Mode was basically just this: Play at 1080p.
The new PS 4 has a slightly different look to it, and you can now change the aspect ratio and resolution of each image so it looks better suited for the game’s screen resolution.
You’ll also be able to change the refresh rate, which affects how quickly each image will update.
The PlayStation 4 Pro is also designed with the Xbox One and Xbox 360 in mind.
The OLED panel is now much thicker, and it’s much sleeker.
The screen itself is also now made of Gorilla Glass 3, which makes it feel much nicer to hold than before.
The Xbox One’s display is actually thinner than the PS One’s, and the OLED panels are much thicker.
That means the new consoles will be a lot sleeker than their predecessors, and they’ll feel much more comfortable to use.
What’s even better is that they look a lot better, which has made the PlayStation 4’s display much easier to hold.
It feels a lot more solid than the original PS1’s, which felt like it was flexing when you put your hands on it.
The specs are the same on the new console as they were on the previous generation.
It has an Intel Core i7-3770QM CPU, 4GB of RAM, an Nvidia Titan X GPU and 16GB of VRAM.
It also comes with an Xbox One Elite Controller.
The GPU will also be updated to run at 900MHz, which will be the same as the PS5.
The main difference is the Xbox 360’s GPU, which was updated to support DirectX 11.
It can now render 2160p and 1080p at 60Hz and 240Hz at 60fps.
The only other difference between the PS 1 and PS 4 is the new color palette, which now includes an additional six new colors for the Xbox.
The PlayStation 4 will also include HDR support.
The Xbox One is also able to run games at 60 fps on HDR.
That is because the Xbox has a chip called HDR12, which allows it to support a wide range of different colors and intensities.
The graphics chip is the same that powers the PlayStation’s graphics, so the PS 3 is able to render HDR12 content on both the PS and Xbox.
The new PS X also supports HDR12 and has a wider color palette than the old PS4.
The 1080p resolution of HDR12 is still 720p, but PSX will support up to 4K and 4K HDR at 60 and 120Hz, respectively.
The only thing that has changed between the Xbox and PS X is the way that the PS X uses its speakers.
The 360 has two speaker systems, but that is now an Xbox exclusive, so only the PSOne has the ability to have three speaker systems.
The console also has a Dolby Atmos sound system, which sounds better than it used to.
But wait, there’s a catch: The Xbox 360 speakers only work with Xbox 360 games.
The next-gen Xbox is going to be able support everything, so even if you’ve never played a PS3 game before, you’ll be able play a PS4 game on your PS3.
The good news is that there are some great games on the way.
We’re talking titles like Batman: Arkham Origins, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Battlefield Hard