PS5 Pro, PS5 Slim, PS4 Pro review
Posted On July 25, 2021
This is the fifth in a series of articles looking at each of the new PS5s new design features and features for gaming.
As we’ve already noted, PS 5 is the first console to feature an optional front-facing camera for gaming, along with the addition of the PS4’s built-in motion sensor, which can be used for the PS5’s optional motion controller, PS Move.
The PS5 Plus is a similar update, but adds a smaller battery and new PS Move-compatible games, like “Doki Doki Literature Club: The Movie” and “Tokyo Incident,” for which Sony has announced it’s working with a developer to create a PS Move accessory.
While PS Move is a little more advanced than the motion controls that were previously available on the PS3 and PS4, it still allows for a similar amount of control.
The addition of “Dokidoki Literature Clubs: The Movies” is a new release, with a new story, gameplay and character designs.
The PS5 comes with the same game library as the PS 4 Pro, but it’s worth noting that PS4 owners who have already purchased the PS Plus will still be able to upgrade to the Pro if they want to.
Sony’s new PS 5 console is currently on pre-order, and it’s expected to ship later this month.
We’ll be testing out the PS 5 Pro in a couple of days’ time.