Sony has tricked out a new PS4 Pro model this week. As confirmed by Digital Foundry, the PS4 Pro CUH-7200…
Sony has tricked out a new PS4 Pro model this week.
As confirmed by Digital Foundry, the PS4 Pro CUH-7200 is the company’s latest hardware version and can only be found as part of the Red Dead Redemption 2 bundle in the UK.
Unfortunately, the new hardware – as we wrote earlier – is the quietest model yet. The new console produces especially less noise than other PS4 Pro consoles, according to the analysis from Digital Foundry.
If other reports are to be believed, we can expect to see this model of the PS4 Pro – along with a little discount streets in Britain soon.
As analysts predict that Sony could issue a big price cut to the PS4 Pro models coming forward.
Sony has already thrown it out of the park this console generation ̵
1; PS4 and PS4 Pro have run riot, outselling Microsoft consoles by about 3: 1 (if figures are expected earlier this year, at least).
With Black Friday, players can be eager to learn that the PS4 Pro – the advanced 4K console that is more powerful than the vanilla PS4 – can get a price cut.
That’s what some analysts have said is believing anyway.
Speaking to GamingBolt, Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter noted how a new price cut in Japan could be a mania party in the West.
“PS4 [Pro Red Dead Redemption 2] bundle is fuzzy,” said Laughing to the site. “They lowered the hardware price in Japan to $ 349, and did not do it in the US, and kept the $ 399 hardware.
” That means Red Dead is “free” in the bundle. I think we get an average for PS4 (to $ 249) and Pro (to $ 349) around Black Friday, but the pricing now makes RDR look like it’s free.
“Although not many bundles sell before Black Friday, it’s unclear whether this deal will be very long.”
Could that mean a cut here in Europe and the UK too? It is likely.