PlayStation 4 Pro: What You Should Consider First Before Buying?

It's been roughly two months since the PS4 Pro was officially out of the market. Right now, you might be someone who hasn't purchased the console just yet for so many reasons.

There are a lot of considerations that you need to go through once you decide to purchase a gaming console, and the PlayStation 4 Pro - despite its incredible power and an impressive number of games featured - is no different.

A lot of die-hard PlayStation fans have probably purchased the console by now, while the rest, like you, are patiently waiting for their own reservations. But for those who want to be a little more practical, the question remains if whether they should buy a PS4 Pro or not.

Practicality-wise, this is not an easy question to answer. The PS4 Pro is definitely a good buy. However, there are still a lot of factors that can convince you to either wait for upcoming consoles that are more powerful or purchase the lighter and cheaper PS4 Slim instead. With that being said, here are two things you need to consider before purchasing the PlayStation 4 Pro.

4K Television

If you want a true bang for your buck if you do want to purchase the PlayStation 4 Pro, you need to first look at your TV set. If it is already a 4KTV, then don't hesitate to purchase the Pro. Otherwise, you might be settled with the original PlayStation 4 since it has slightly the same amount of power as the Pro, only differing in some features and incorporations.

If you have PSVR, even better

The Xbox Scorpio

Though the PS4 Pro is already a more-than-decent console to purchase, you still need to consider other upcoming super consoles that are coming this year, most specifically the Xbox Scorpio. The Xbox Scorpio has been highly dubbed as the most powerful console ever created, and with its price being rumored to be almost the same with the Pro, it does make you think twice about either going for the PS4 Pro or saving for the Scorpio.

Your call.

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