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FER­RARI ROMA / Au­to­mo­tive art

- Tech · PlayStation 4 · Sony

It’s said to be the largest phys­i­cal console in re­cent mem­ory. With it, though, comes a host of fea­tures and now, nearly seven years af­ter the in­ter­na­tional launch of the PS4, we are ea­gerly await­ing the re­lease of Sony’s lat­est and great­est ad­vance­ment in vir­tual ex­pe­ri­ences, which is due to drop on 19th Novem­ber. It will launch with 8K ca­pa­bil­ity (we’re still get­ting our heads around 4K) and sup­port a res­o­lu­tion of up to 4,320 pix­els. Fur­ther­more, it will have HDR (High-Dy­namic Range) that cap­tures a wide spec­trum of colours as well as an ex­pected 120 frames per sec­ond play­back abil­ity. This should be per­fect for run­ning next-gen rac­ing sim­u­la­tion games like

on a per­for­mance plane where the vi­su­als will be near-in­dis­tin­guish­able from re­al­ity.

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