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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.