It was a big day for Sony fans yesterday as the company held an event known as the PlayStation Meeting. Through this event, Sony revealed their latest PlayStation 4 editions, one being the new PlayStation 4 standard edition which comes in a slimmer chassis while also officially unveiling the PlayStation 4 Neo. Instead of being known as the Neo, Sony has dubbed their latest console as the PlayStation 4 Pro.
There’s been a slew of new information revealed about Sony’s latest flagship video game console, which you can read through our post right here. However, new information about the console is starting to trickle down, the latest being surrounded about the Share functionality.
A highlight that the PlayStation 4 Pro has been centered around is 4K capabilities. Not only are gamers able to enjoy video games in 4K, but they can capture 4K images and share them with friends online. Unfortunately, one of the limitations being found out through Polygon is that Sony’s latest PlayStation 4 Pro won’t be able to capture gameplay footage in 4K.
Instead, the PlayStation 4 Pro will be able to record gameplay in 1080p while maintaining 30fps. Things are a bit different when it comes to streaming. If gamers opt to stream and depending on the network service of choice, players should be able to stream 60fps in 1080p.
Currently, the PlayStation 4 Pro is set to release on November 10, 2016.