Not only will games look better on the PlayStation 4 Pro, but so will screenshots and videos that fans share online, according to Polygon. The console will be able to take 4K screenshots of games along with 1080p video at 30 frames per second.
The improved firepower will also carry over into broadcasting as the console will support 1080p video at 60 FPS. The same specs apply when watching YouTube and Dailymotion videos, but those who like to watch Twitch streams on their console will find the quality capped at 1080p at 30 FPS. This is still an improvement over the current PS4, which only takes screenshots at 1080p and captures video at 720p at 30 FPS.
Of course this depends on how good your network is and who provides your internet service, as with a slower service you will not able to get the highest quality. This just goes to show that the PS4 Pro is more powerful than the current PS4. The hardware will also introduce an updated Netflix app. That app will launch along with the console and will offer over 600 hours of 4k footage and use HDR technology.
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