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Looking for a cheap PS4 Pro? Here on this page our deal hunters share the latest offers. Find price drops for the console from Game, Tesco Direct, Amazon and more. This next gen console has a massive line up of games and brings the industry into the 4K era (how to find a cheap 4K TV). You'll also find the latest PS4 Pro games from the likes of Shop.To, Grainger Games and The Game Collection.

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PlayStation 4 Pro is Sony’s high end offering and it has been available in the UK for some time now, providing gamers with a console experience with nothing short but sweet. But what makes the PS4 Pro so special and what makes it different from the rest? Why is it so expensive than your average console? We at Latest Deals are here to answer your questions and provide you with the best PS4 Pro deals around from console to PS4 Pro bundles in the UK.

About PlayStation 4 Pro

PS4 Pro was launched worldwide on November 2016 and is the upgraded version of thePS4. Sony improved its hardware to enable 4K (although it has now been joined by Microsoft's 4K-enabled Xbox One X) rendering and improved PlayStation VR performance, including an upgraded GPU with 4.2 teraflops of processing power and hardware support for checkerboard rendering, and a higher CPU clock. Games marketed as PS4 Pro Enhanced may be optimized for higher graphics quality, resolution, or HDR support when running on PS4 Pro. Although capable of streaming 4K video, the PS4 Pro does not support Ultra HD Blu-ray. PS4 Pro supports Remote Play, Share Play, and streaming at up to 1080p resolution at 60 frames per second. 2160p screenshots, and 1080p video at 30 frames per second, can also be captured via the share button.


  • PS4 Pro HD. PS4 Pro outputs an enhanced HD resolution.
  • Dynamic 4K Gaming. It utilizes enhanced resolution techniques to increase game resolution to approach 4K.
  • Native 4K on Pro. It enables game resolution output at native 2160p resolution.
  • Greater draw distance. Improved visibility of objects further in the background with greater focus and more detail.
  • Anti-Aliasing. Images with soft features such as rounded corners and faces appear smoother and more visually realistic.
  • Visual FX. Visuals with very small features like smoke and steam have a heavier look and realistic feel.
  • Vivid Textures. It enables more elaborate design of the images that create the detail we see in games, like dirt on clothing or rust on metal.
  • High fidelity assets. It displays imagery that is more intricate, increasing the amount of images on screen at once.
  • Boost mode. Boost Mode unlocks more power for select PS4 games. Depending on the game, the increased processing speeds can result in shorter load times and faster and smoother frame rates.

What separates PS4 Pro from PS4?

Comparison between the Playstation 4 Pro vs Standard Playstaion 4

Design and build

One of the first things you will notice is how Sony changed the design of this console, stepping away from the angular design of the original model and opted for curved edges much like with the PS4 slim line, giving this console a much more sophisticated look. It’s definitely heavier at 3.3kg and wider as well, measuring in at 295 x 55 x 327mm.

Sony also made some smaller changes and improvements such as the use of the PlayStation symbols (Square, Circle, Cross and Triangle) as feet on the bottom of the console. Instead of a touch-sensitive one, the eject button is now a physical button as well, which negates any kind of disc ejection issues. These may be little changes but it just goes to show how Sony pays attention to design details.


Apart from the rear USB 3.0 port of the PS4 Pro, its ports are pretty much identical to your standard PS4 console. This should come in handy for those looking to buy a PlayStation VR headset, as the headset requires a USB port to be used. For those users of home cinema system and audiophiles users, the PS4 Pro has an Optical Audio Output, which may seem basic but it’s worth pointing out that though it’s something the PS4 has, it is no offered on the PS4 Slim. The HDMI port has also been upgraded from HDMI 1.4 to HDMI 2.0 to allow for a dynamic 4K output.


Take your play to competitive eSports level with the new DualShock 4 Controller designed for pro-gamers and optimised for PS4

Redesigned DualShock 4 Controller

The PS4 Pro also comes with the new DualShock 4 Controller. However its improvements are not that dramatic compared to the console itself. In fact, the only notable difference is the addition of a mini lightbar on the touch-sensitive panel. This lightbar is used by a lot of PS4 games as an indicator of what’s happening in the game. For example, when the lights flashes blue and red, it means that you are being chased by the police in GTA 5, while other games uses the red light to indicate being killed or damaged. The issue is that due to the lightbar facing away from the controller, many gamers miss these prompts. This change looks to rectify the issue, allowing gamers to see any change in colour at a glance.

Enhanced games for PS4 Pro: A quick overview


A graphical comparison and performance of Battlefield 1

If you’ve just picked up a PS4 Pro and a 4K TV, or maybe you’re thinking about taking the plunge over the next few weeks or so, you’re probably on the hunt for as much 4KTV-friendly content as possible. 4K content (games or video programming) displayed on a 4K TV will result in a clearer and more detailed image, giving you four times the pixels you see in full HD content. This greatly enhances the experience in games like Gran Turismo Sport, giving you a stunning view from the driver’s seat as the impressive visuals of the track environment race by.

HDR is another recent display technology that can bring striking benefits, generally in the form of more vivid, dynamic colours, deeper blacks, and brilliant highlights when watched on a compatible TV. You’ll notice how HDR enhances the colours in Horizon Zero Dawn’s lush and vibrant environment, bringing Guerrilla’s vision to life in vivid detail. Ideally, you’ll have 4K and HDR working together, which is showcased beautifully in the dynamic weather and lighting effects of Days Gone using dynamic 4K and HDR.

When and where can I get great PS4 Pro deals?

If you're looking for a PS4 Pro deal or bundle to dive into the world of 4K gaming, we're here to find you the absolute best price out there. At this time of year, we're seeing some healthy discounts. They're selling fast though, so if you see a deal you like, be sure to bag it before it's too late. Below you'll find all of the latest and best PS4 Pro prices from the big-name retailers.

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