Which Game Is Your Favorite From The PlayStation 4 and PS Vita Lineup?
As of this writing, the PlayStation 4 Pro is the only console that supports HDR gaming and the PS Vita is the first to have the built-in HDR video playback technology.
With this, Sony has officially put HDR gaming on the map.
While the PS4 Pro does support HDR, you can’t use it with HDR-enabled TVs, which means you’ll have to get a Sony HDR-capable TV if you want to play HDR content.
If you’re looking for a cheap, but capable, HDR TV, the Sony UBD-100 can handle HDR gaming without the need for a lot of money.
If that’s not enough for you, the Amazon Fire TV 4 will work just fine, though that device only supports HDR for streaming.
HDR gaming is still in its infancy, but Sony is doing its best to make it a reality.
The PS4 and PS4 S have the same hardware as the PS5 Pro and the PlayStation TV, but they’re both better equipped for HDR gaming.
The new PS4 has an 8-inch display that’s more than double the resolution of the PS3’s 6.1-inch screen.
Sony’s PS4 Pros also feature a new front-facing camera that lets you capture HDR video.
And the PSVR, which launched earlier this month, has a 3D headset that lets players interact with virtual reality games in their living rooms.
There’s still a lot to learn about HDR gaming, so we’ll be covering the technology in depth in our next article.
But for now, let’s get to the rest of the news.
What’s the PS Vue on PlayStation?
What’s PlayStation Vue?
What are the specs of PlayStation V.V.?
How do the PlayStation Vues work?
How much do they cost?
Which devices support PlayStation Vu?