Well… best get saving.
Following the unveiling of the PS4 Pro yesterday, Sony has posted an ultimate FAQ answering a bunch of questions that fans may have about their upcoming console.
However, when browsing through the standard answers of how much the PS4 Pro costs, and when it will release, Sony has given an answer in response to what size 4K TV potential adopters of the PS4 Pro should be looking to buy. It turns out, they really like big screens.
While it does state that they can’t “give official recommendations on TV size due to variables in room size, seating distance, and media type,” they do have an unofficial answer which seems a little extreme.
The FAQ answer reads, “Unofficially, the staff of PlayStation.Blog has observed good results in average living rooms with 4K TVs sized 60″ and up. If you’re in the market for a new 4K TV for PS4 Pro, we strongly recommend selecting a model with HDR10 compatibility, which will enable increased image vividness and contrast in HDR10-enabled games and movies.”
While it’s important to understand that a 4K resolution will look better, the bigger the TV, we’re thinking 60″ may be far too big for the average living room. Well, at least you (sorta) have an answer from Sony now, anyway.
If you want to see how much the PS4 Pro full experience would run you, check out our cost tally here.
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